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StrenoJr



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StrenoJr
Hello.
Could you give me a link to some documentation about the internet port?
I don't know what's the name. I mean the RJ connector - the place where you put the internet cable (LAN and other "AN").
Thanks for reading.
Post 20 Aug 2014, 21:11
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smiddy



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Post 20 Aug 2014, 23:17
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revolution
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Here it is but somehow I don't think the information will be useful to you:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RJ45_%28telecommunications%29#RJ45

This has nothing to do with OS Construction. Moved to Heap.
Post 20 Aug 2014, 23:17
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Coty



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Yep! The RJ-45 connector isn't actually anything more than a standard for male/female connector types so that anyone can produce a compatible conector, Nothing more, not even the wire counts in RJ-45 spec, the wire isn't included unitl CAT-5 spec...

If you want networking you'll need to set up a PCI driver, Ethernet controller driver for the controller or controllers you want to implement (You'll have to have many if you want allot of support on allot of computers, I'd just pick the most common ones and start there) Then You'll need to create a TCP/IP and or UDP stack to send data to/from the machine.
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badc0de02



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how about 3g connection?
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Post 23 Aug 2014, 15:11
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typedef



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Yup. Even 3G here in US is not that good. LTE is where it's at.
Post 23 Aug 2014, 22:07
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badc0de02



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but every operating system should support that.
Post 23 Aug 2014, 22:34
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