msokolov at ivan.Harhan.ORG
Thu Jul 21 16:11:09 CDT 2005
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony Duell) wrote:
> In some catalogue, along with the DA26. I don't think I've seen either in
> the flesh...
I believe some Cisco routers have used DA26 for sync serial (WAN) ports.
Then they switched to what they call DB60. For some time I was mad at
them for calling it that ("There is no such standard as DB60, what
connector is it *actually*?!"), but then I realised that they are
actually correct - it is a DB size shell with 60 contacts inside. But
of course even with this fact "DB60" still doesn't tell you how to make
your own Cisco cables - for that you need to know that the actual connector
is Molex and the Molex part number. I have the latter somewhere, so if
someone wants it, I can look it up. (It took a LOT of social engineering
to get that number out of Cisco!)
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