if you have a rj-45 plug and a crimper, you can make a loopback plug. connect pin 1 to pin 3 and pin 2 to ping 6.
If you don't have a crimper you can do a Macgyver and take a cat5 cable, cut the end off and strip the jacket off to expose the wires. You want to connect pin 1, usually the white with orange cable, to pin 3, usually the white with green. Then connect pin 2, usually solid orange, to pin 6, usually solid green. Just strip off a little bit of the jackets and twist the cooper together. tape the exposed copper to prevent bad things from touching.
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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