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Fiber-optic adapters generally have two connectors, one each for incoming and outgoing fiber cables The mechanical connectors that join the cable, called ST connectors, are designed to pass light seamlessly across the joined fiber segments For this reason, these connectors must be made with great precision Fiber-optic runs generally are made back to a concentrator that performs a hub function In many situations, fiber-optic cabling is used to connect high-speed computers and provide a high-speed backbone to which slower LANs are attached The LANs might connect copper media, such as twisted-pair or coaxial cable, to a set of hubs that are then bridged to the fiber-optic backbone for high-speed data transfer between LANs
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A number of network cards have multiple types of connectors on the back of the card (called combo cards in this case) to allow you to use different types of cabling
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to connect the system to the network The transceiver type that is being used by the network card is typically set to the auto setting, which means that the card can sense which transceiver you are using and the card will configure itself to use that transceiver When troubleshooting to find out why the card is not working, the auto setting is the first thing you should change When I have problems connecting to a network, I usually change the transceiver setting to the actual one I am using For example, if you are using the RJ-45 connector you will want to change the setting to something like TP (for twisted-pair) or TX as shown in Figure 3-5 During configuration, the different transceivers can be referred to in the following ways:
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The card has an onboard thinnet Ethernet connector known as a BNC connector The card has an onboard RJ-45 connector
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n TP, TX, UTP, 10BaseT, or 100BaseT
Another setting that I normally have no problem with but have had trouble with recently is the transfer rate of the network card A number of today s network cards support 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, and even 1000 Mbps Most of the time these
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Changing the transceiver type through the network card properties
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network cards are set to auto in order to detect the speed at which the card will run the card derives its speed from the device it is connected to For example, if you have a 10/100 Mbps network card but plug it into a 10 Mbps hub, it will run at 10 Mbps not the full 100 Mbps, because the card detects the speed of the device it is connected to Recently, I had a problem when the network card was not able to autoconfigure itself After troubleshooting for a little bit, I went to the network card properties and forced the speed of the network card to 100 Mbps (shown in Figure 3-6) and voil ! It worked beautifully Another setting you may want to configure on your network card is the transmission method of either simplex, half duplex, or full duplex The three transmission methods are as follows:
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Allows communication in one direction only You will only be able to send or receive with a simplex device not both directions It is either one way or the other Allows communication in both directions (send and receive), but not at the same time A network card set to half duplex will not be able to receive data while sending data Using the half-duplex setting can slow down communication if your device does support full duplex Allows communication in both directions at the same time If a network card supports full duplex, it will be able to receive data when data is being sent because all four pairs of wires are used If you make sure that a network card that supports full duplex is set to full duplex, you will notice a big difference in throughput if the device is set to half duplex Most network cards are set to auto With this setting, you may want to force the setting to the full-duplex mode to be sure that you are getting full-duplex communication You can change the communication method through the network card properties in Device Manager, as shown in Figure 3-7
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