I understand that to hook two routers up back to back you have to have cables with a DTE side and DCE side(providing clocking). Furthermore, you would choose the same correseponding cable physical interface type (i.e. 232/449/v.35).
However if you have a smart serial cable (CAB-SS-530MT) DTE and you want to hook up another router back to back, would you have to use a 232 DCE (CAB-SS-232FC)
(Also, I don't want to use one single back-to-back cable. In my case I am trying to pair up two separate cables with one side being the 530 SS DTE.)
Thanks for the reponse Srinath. That is good info on the serial cable. However, I am specifically interested in the other cable that mates up to the 530 Smart Serial DTE cable. I think this should be a 232 Smart Serial DCE cable, but not 100% sure.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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