Crossover cable connection between 2 computers.
stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Sat Mar 14 03:19:41 UTC 2009
Norberto Bensa wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 1:47 PM, Steven Vollom
> <stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> I have a crossover cable. I would like to transfer data from one
>> computer to another using the cable.
> You have a perfectly running network with the router you configured
> with my -and others- help. So why do you want to go the hard way?
We have come to sort of an impass. We haven't been able to make a
functioning connection either by using fish or Samba. The closest we
have come is just now I have one computer showing detail from both
computers for the first time. What it shows is not particular pleasing,
but at least they are communicating. I had already posted regarding
crossover anyway, before this breakthrough.
Additionally, I am interested in knowing the crossover technology. One
thing I have not received an answer for is this, which of these
processes transfers data faster. For now I am only going to use this
capability one time. I have about 250gb of data to move and a person
anxiously waiting in the wings to get my old computer.
Once the data is moved, I will be giving the computer to him. I won't
need the ability again until I fix the on/off switch on my laptop. Then
it will again be useful. You seem to know all the ways to transfer the
data using a network. I would also like to know the different ways. It
is no more complicated than that. If it is an abuse of the Lists time,
I would rather not do it, but if not, anyone who would like to know
these things too, can peek over my shoulder and experience the learning
process with me.
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