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 Question by Sid Rodriguez posted 03 Sep 2006
Mr. Dmitri Abaimov,
thanks for responding to my question. but here is another....pin setting for serial to rj45
i already have the serial to rj 45connector, i just need to know the pin settings
 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 18 Sep 2006
Dear Sid ,
There is not a standard for this as serial (RS-232 takes many forms and can also be either a DB-9 or DB-25 type connector. There are a number of DB-9 or DB-25 to RJ-45b kits available where you work our you own pinning, depend on which signals of "serial" you need. My only advice here is to keep the data "tranmit" and "recieve" (pins 2 & 3 of the serial cable connector) as one of the twisted pairs.
Here is a link to some helpful information on RS-232 serial signals and connectors

Joseph Golan, RCDD

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