Computer networking devices are units that mediate data in a computer network. Computer networking devices are also called network equipment, Intermediate Systems (IS) or InterWorking Unit (IWU). Units which are the last receiver or generate data are called hosts or data terminal equipment.
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- ADC Pairgain 310F and 320F console used to connect PC to ADSL modem console
- Adtran CSUs RJ45 to DB9 cable e.g. works with Adtran MX2800
- Adva FSP150c 825 RS232 ethernet switch console cable Adva FSP150c 825 RS232 ethernet switch console cable
- Allied Telesyn/Network iQ1000 router serial port cable serial port for configuring router
- Baytech RPC-3 to DB9 serial port adapter Baytech RPC-3 RJ45 to DB9 null modem serial cable
- Corecess ADSL DSLAM DX6524 console cable Console cable for Corecess ADSL DSLAM DSLlinX-6524 and some other.
- Dell PowerEdge 1855/1955 DRAC/MC console cable Just very slightly different than a normal DCE-DCE crossover cable.
- Netscreen 5XT, 5GT console cable The cable is in fact a 9 pin (d-sub) extension cable from male to female.
- RAD console cable (25 pin) Console cable for configuring RAD?s devices (e.g. FPS-8). This is cable supplied with RAD FPS-8 switch. The pinout of the cable in manual is wrong. Provided here is a real pinout.
- RAD console cable (9 pin) Console cable for configuring RAD?s devices (e.g. FPS-8). This is non-standard cable, because RAD FPS-8 switch is supplied with DB-25 - RJ-45 cable. Most of modern computers have no 25 pin COM-ports.
- Thomson SpeedTouch 605 Console Serial Port DSL Router