i connected the fastethernet interface of my router to a switch using a straight through cable and i got a link. now, after installing an ethernet interface (which i know works fine) on my router, i move the same cable from the fastethernet port to the ethernet port and i get no link light (interface is up but line protocol is down). wehn i replace the cable with a X-over, i get the link up. i thought you only use X-over when connecting same OSI layer equipment? or do i have to add some extra commands when moving from fastethernet to ethernet interface?
I have no control over the switch, and don't even know what kind it is. all i know is that a straight through cable is droped and that is what was connecting successfully to my router until the day i moved it to the newly installed ehternet interface, then it stopped working. but when i cross my end of that cable and plug it in, it starts working? what am i missing?
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