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Anyone know the proper order for the 8 wires in a hitachi network cable to match a raymarine network plug?

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If your network-cable has "male" connectors at both ends, and the order of the wires is the same at both ends, i.e., a "straight-through" cable, then the network-cable will work fine.

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