Of course it is possible to "connect" them, but you will not have connectivity between these two pieces of equipment.
A console port uses the serial RS232 protocol where a Ethernet port uses the Ethernet 802.3 protocol. These are two totally different protocols and to the best of my knowledge there is no way to get one to communicate with the other.
Donot even try to connect them... as there is a chance that you might jam/blow the console port. I have seen it happen as the ethernet transmitted power over the link and the console was unusable. Not sure whether it was PoE or regular ethernet.
If you want to access multiple consoles through a common device, you may use terminal-servers.
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