How to Avoid Idle Signal on Ethernet Cable IEEE 802.3

Started by Klaus Kragelund in sci.electronics.design4 years ago 64 replies

Hi I have a system comprised of a computer with a TCP/IP application and a gateway connected to this computer. I need to measure the delay of...

Hi I have a system comprised of a computer with a TCP/IP application and a gateway connected to this computer. I need to measure the delay of the gateway, by measuring the delay on the output of the gateway and the signal on the ethernet line But, the ethernet line is active all the time and I do not have a TCP/IP decoder and it is impossible to trigger on the burried TCP/IP packet. From ...


Better late than never...

Started by Fred Bartoli in sci.electronics.design4 years ago 5 replies

TCP guarantees packet delivery. For sure: just received this update now... ------------ Thank you for your order you placed on...

TCP guarantees packet delivery. For sure: just received this update now... ------------ Thank you for your order you placed on 2009-08-11. This is an automated notification that xyztwbooks has indicated that your recent abdcef.com order has been processed and will ship within 24-48 hours. If your order is from more than blah blah... ------------ BTW the project this boo...


OT: Printing from Windows 7 via SMC Barricade router?

Started by Joerg in sci.electronics.design3 years ago 126 replies

Folks, Did everything in the book. Configured it via a TCP/IP port because the SMC software will not run on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit....

Folks, Did everything in the book. Configured it via a TCP/IP port because the SMC software will not run on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. This direct method generally works also on machines with other OS'es. Since Windows 7 is seriously dumbed down there are zero error messages and the so-called troubleshooter finds nothing. If I print to the connected printer it all disappears somewhere ...


Video to Network adapter - Is there such a thing?

Started by Dave, I can't do that in sci.electronics.design6 years ago 6 replies

Hi All, I want to install some real-time CCTV cameras to monitor CNC machines for tool breakage etc. I don't need to record, just view the...

Hi All, I want to install some real-time CCTV cameras to monitor CNC machines for tool breakage etc. I don't need to record, just view the stream and hot-foot it to the shop if things don't look right. I need to be able to feed the video (BNC-connector) to a "box" that can connect to my Vista Network (TCP/IP) with an RJ45 and an assigned IP similar to the CNC machines. Currently the C...


Re: RJ45/8P8C alternatives

Started by Les Cargill in sci.electronics.design3 years ago

To: Jeff Liebermann Jeff Liebermann wrote: > On Sat, 06 Dec 2014 14:59:23 -0600, Les Cargill > wrote: > > > Jeff Liebermann...

To: Jeff Liebermann Jeff Liebermann wrote: > On Sat, 06 Dec 2014 14:59:23 -0600, Les Cargill > wrote: > > > Jeff Liebermann wrote: > > > On Thu, 04 Dec 2014 13:51:56 -0600, Joe Chisolm > > > wrote: > > > > > > > Try it. Take a patch cable, whack it in half and solder a DB9M and F in > > > > line. Run several GB of TCP traffic through it and watch