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Anonymous
June 6, 2005 2:01:23 PM

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I wanna build a small network (8 PC). But I don't have a HUB. then how can
i build? Can I use usb cable? or ...?

If I use UTP cable (peer to peer), can i make its cable to be pararel
circuit?

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Anonymous
June 6, 2005 2:01:24 PM

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Bpk. Adi Wira Kusuma wrote:
> I wanna build a small network (8 PC). But I don't have a HUB. then how can
> i build? Can I use usb cable? or ...?
>
> If I use UTP cable (peer to peer), can i make its cable to be pararel
> circuit?
>
>
You need to buy a router and a hub,they are not much.
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Anonymous
June 6, 2005 5:14:46 PM

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what for I have to buy a routher?
Wait.... we back to basic, What is a routher?
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June 6, 2005 5:14:47 PM

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http://www.practicallynetworked.com/

All you need to know about simple networking.

"Bpk. Adi Wira Kusuma" <adi_wira_kusuma@yahoo.com.sg> wrote in message
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> what for I have to buy a routher?
> Wait.... we back to basic, What is a routher?
>
>
Anonymous
June 6, 2005 5:34:16 PM

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Your options include:

a) a cheap hub/switch, 2 NICs, and some CAT5
b) 2 nics and a cross-over CAT5
c) a laplink cable
d) a null modem cable
e) a USB link cable.

None of these solutions should cost more than $25.

"Bpk. Adi Wira Kusuma" <adi_wira_kusuma@yahoo.com.sg> wrote in message
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> I wanna build a small network (8 PC). But I don't have a HUB. then how
can
> i build? Can I use usb cable? or ...?
>
> If I use UTP cable (peer to peer), can i make its cable to be pararel
> circuit?
>
>
Anonymous
June 6, 2005 6:33:31 PM

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Use 10 base 2 cabling (coax).

"Bpk. Adi Wira Kusuma" <adi_wira_kusuma@yahoo.com.sg> wrote in message
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> I wanna build a small network (8 PC). But I don't have a HUB. then how
can
> i build? Can I use usb cable? or ...?
>
> If I use UTP cable (peer to peer), can i make its cable to be pararel
> circuit?
>
>
Anonymous
June 6, 2005 6:44:18 PM

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Your suggestions only work with 2 computers. The OP said he had 8.

So the options would appear to narrow a good bit to include:

a) a cheap hub/switch, 8 NICs, and some CAT5
b) 8 BNC-NICs, some BNC cable, 8 BNC-T's, and a 2 terminators
c) some kind of wireless setup

Option (a) is likely the cheapest and will provide the best throughput if
using 100 Mb/s NIC's and switch. Option (b) will be limited to 10 Mb/s, and
BNC hardware will be a little harder to come by. Option (c) is likely going
to take a little more expertise to implement.

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"j9" <j9@1stamericanproperties.com> wrote in message
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> Your options include:
>
> a) a cheap hub/switch, 2 NICs, and some CAT5
> b) 2 nics and a cross-over CAT5
> c) a laplink cable
> d) a null modem cable
> e) a USB link cable.
>
> None of these solutions should cost more than $25.
>
> "Bpk. Adi Wira Kusuma" <adi_wira_kusuma@yahoo.com.sg> wrote in message
> news:o 1CyBSkaFHA.2212@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
> > I wanna build a small network (8 PC). But I don't have a HUB. then how
> can
> > i build? Can I use usb cable? or ...?
> >
> > If I use UTP cable (peer to peer), can i make its cable to be pararel
> > circuit?
> >
> >
>
>
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