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James Bruce

Chief Technology Officer and Hardware Reviews Editor / Joined 12 November, 2010

James has a BSc in Artificial Intelligence, and is CompTIA A+ and Network+ certified. He's the lead developer of MakeUseOf, and spends his free time playing VR paintball and boardgames. He's been building PCs since he was a kid.

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How To Make An Ethernet Cross-Over Cable


How To Make An Ethernet Cross-Over Cable

Ethernet cabling has been standard in networking installation for years. It’s the fastest way of connecting PCs together – to your router or a central switch. Sure, you could go wireless, but the truth is that wireless internet is still slow for anything high bandwidth and is particularly susceptible to interference. A good network cable can go for 100m or more at gigabit speeds.

How To Make An Ethernet Cross-Over Cable
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