Hi all, can anyone tell me when plugging in like for like devices we use a crossover cable, so send goes to receive port etc, how come if we connect both devices to a switch we can use a normal straight through cable ?
It depends how ports are wired. Different devices (by type) have differently wired ports. Switches have wired ports in a way, that you can connect routers and PCs to it with straight cable. Therefore you can't connect two switches with straight cable.
Some new devices have MDIX function, which automatically detects wiring, and adjusts accordingly, so you don't have to use cross-over/straight-through anymore
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investigation, the there is 1s delay between the client KEXDH_INIT and
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