> Well, I've got it hooked up via a standard ethernet cable to a Netgear
> Fast Ethernet Hub and the light on the hub doesn't turn and you
> clearly aren't connected on the mac side. I think it's one of these:
. Anyone now of a
> way to force 10mbps manually at the hub?
You can't, that is a 100BaseT hub. It has no 10BaseT capability.
You'll need to get a 10/100 switch instead.
> On Nov 28, 12:33 pm, Ken Daggett <kadagg...@verizon.net
>> On 28 Nov 2009, at 08:53:10 PST, Istarian wrote:
>>> Does anyone know if there's way to make the Apple AAUI Transciever
>>> (using with Performa 6100/66 with built-in ethernet via aaui port)
>>> work with a fast ethernet hub?
>> Hmmm. Well, I just plugged the Transceiver into the 6100, and the
>> ethernet cable into the Transceiver and router/hub. Have used several
>> different brands of Transceiver and they "just worked." I didn't have
>> to do anything special.
>> What problem are you having?
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