Re: Adapters

Kevin Ingram ( (no email) )
Wed, 14 Jan 1998 13:35:16 -0600

Another possible option: Buy a 25pin to 9pin adapter, verify it works then
use an ohm meter to determine the pinout thru both adapters, translate to
the new.

Kevin Ingram

-----Original Message-----
From: James C Watts <>
To: '' <>
Date: Wednesday, January 14, 1998 12:06 PM
Subject: Adapters

>[James C Watts] This might not be the best list to ask, but I have a
>problem. We are still using some maxtech 33.6 modems on some of our
>satellite locations. Last week, we ordered 5 more modems, only to discover
>that they changed the back of the modems, and now the 25 pin to rj45
>adapters that we have will no longer work. They changed the port in the
>back of the modem to 9 pin. So, we went out and got some 9 pin to rj45
>adapters. My stupid question is this, which wire goes into which pin to
>make this thing work. I had the layout for the old ones, but not for this
>one. If anybody has a web site that explains it I would appreciate the
>info. Thanks
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