Re: Phone Line on cat 5 10-Base-T Ethernet?

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> Also, beware of "100Base-TX". that trailing 'X' is signficant.

That's wrong. All 100Mbit Ethernet on copper -- now that 100VG/AnyLan is rather definitively dead, and excluding a few oddities like shielded twisted pair -- is "100baseTX".

Gigabit on copper, however, is just "1000baseT".

Thor Lancelot Simon

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