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DB-25 DB-37
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Up to 56 Kbps Up to 64 Kbps Up to 4 Mbps
DB-60 DB-60 DB-60
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Each type of signal has its own speed and distance limitations The data rate of a signal generally determines the distance it is able to travel The slower the data rate, the longer the distance The rate of a signal is typically measured in baud, representing the number of times per second that the state of a communication line (signal) changes The higher the baud, the faster the data rate Table 4-7 lists the maximum distances achievable, assuming the corresponding data rate (baud) for an EIA/TIA-232 signal Table 4-8 lists the maximum distances achievable for EIA/TIA-449, V35, X21, and EIA-530 signals Table 4-7: Speed and Distance Limits for EIA/TIA-232 Signals
Data Rate (Baud)
Distance Measured in Meters
2,400 4,800 9,600 19,200 38,400 64,000
61 30 15 15 15 8
Table 4-8: Speed and Distance Limits for EIA/TIA-449, V35, X21, and EIA-530 Signals
Data Rate (Baud)
Distance Measured in Meters
2,400 4,800 9,600 19,200 38,400 56,000
1,220 625 312 156 78 31
3Determine the type and gender of the connector
You must specify DTE or DCE; generally, it is DTE By counting the number of pins or pinholes on a connector, you can tell what size the connector is For instance, a DB25 has either 25 pins or 25 pinholes If there are pins, then the connector is a DB25 male connector If the connector has 25 pinholes, then the connection is a DB25 female connector Keep in mind that just because externally the connector fits, it does not mean the wires are terminated to the pins and pinholes internally
LAN Interfaces
Ethernet and Token Ring are the most common of several LAN interface connections supported by Cisco network devices, and this section focuses on those two
Ethernet
Ethernet is a cost-effective technology used to transport data from point A to point B on a network Ethernet has become so popular that most computer companies have chosen it for the NICs of their own computers Ethernet is a physical and data-link layer protocol that defines the standards of frames transmission across a LAN Depending on cabling, NICs, and network device modules and ports, Ethernet can support 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps speeds ETHERNET CABLE AND CABLE PINOUTS When establishing Ethernet connections in a network, you have to determine what type of Ethernet cabling and connectors are in use Cisco network devices use 10BaseT, Fast Ethernet, and AUI ports Following are descriptions of the four cable types and pinouts on which Ethernet is supported 10Base5 (AUI) Ethernet 10Base5 is run on thick coaxial cable, also called thick Ethernet or Thicknet This cable has a distance limitation of 1640 feet AUI interfaces are also commonly used to connect to a transceiver Transceivers can be purchased to support many media types, including 10Base2, 10BaseT, and 10BaseFL 10Base2 Ethernet 10Base2 (Thinnet) is the coaxial cable version of Ethernet that was widely installed in the 1980s Its popularity was comparable to 10Base5, but 10Base2 was easier to handle and cheaper 10BaseT Ethernet 10BaseT is run on unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable This is the most common type of Ethernet protocol It looks like telephone cable but meets additional electrical standards that telephone cables do not It has a distance limitation of 100 meters from a hub to a workstation Two pairs of wires are used, one for receiving data and one for transmitting data RJ45 jacks are at the end of cables Table 4-9 shows the pinouts for 10BaseT Ethernet Table 4-9: Ethernet 10BaseT RJ-45 Pinouts
Description
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
TX+ TX RX+ RX -
Higher grades of cable, such as Category 5, can be used for Ethernet as well Category 5 cable provides for future growth into faster transmission technologies such as 100BaseT 100BaseT (Fast Ethernet) Fast Ethernet is run on UTP cable with the same pinout as 10BaseT This makes it easy to upgrade NICs to Fast Ethernet and still use existing network cabling Fast Ethernet has the same distance limitation of 10BaseT (up to 100 meters)
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