Re: use the outer edge of Eithernet

Michael Sattler (msattler@jungle.com)
Fri, 12 May 1995 23:52:07 -0700


At 22:32 5/12/95, Don Johnson wrote:

>...Their system claims to
>use the outer edge of Eithernet cable therefore not degrading network
>performance nada....

Huh? How do they train the electrons to recognize the outer edge of the
cable? Does it matter if you use Thicknet (IEEE 802.3) which has much more
of an outer surface, thinnet (which has much less), or twisted-pair RJ-11
(where the outside gets twisted to be the inside, and, well, the electrons
would get all dizzy).

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