SOLD Cisco 2960 Network Switch

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vince1

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Cisco 2960 series 8 port network switch in good condition and I am including an ethernet to VGA cable to enable connection directly to your monitor to view & adjust settings as required. These little units are of commercial grade compared with those cheap network switches available and are vastly superior for minimising any signal loss & drop outs over your network whilst streaming etc. and do make a difference. £35 incl UK shipping
 

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daccordimark

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Hope you don't mind but I'd like to clarify what that blue cable is.
It's an RJ45 to DB9 serial cable not VGA. To use it you need a serial port on your computer or a USB to serial adapter and terminal emulation software like Putty in serial mode. Once connected you can configure the switch via the CLI but it also comes with a web interface which is easier. It won't connect directly to a monitor.
 
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Hope you don't mind but I'd like to clarify what that blue cable is.
It's an RJ45 to DB9 serial cable not VGA. To use it you need a serial port on your computer or a USB to serial adapter and terminal emulation software like Putty in serial mode. Once connected you can configure the switch via the CLI but it also comes with a web interface which is easier. It won't connect directly to a monitor.
Hi, thanks for the info.
I will use web interface (Could you explain to me how to do it?)
Antonio
 

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Hi, thanks for the info.
I will use web interface (Could you explain to me how to do it?)
Antonio
Hi there, to save you a little time, the blue cable is an RJ45 to 9 pin D Type serial (RS 232). Its used for configuring the switch and not a VGA cable.

Sorry, @daccordimark beat me to it!
 

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