I am confused as to what type of cable is used to connect a PC to a Cisco router. (I don't yet own a real device so I have not yet seen the cable). In my CCNA guide it says that a console rollover cable with RJ45 connectors at each end is used. However a PC normally only has an RJ45 connector for its network card, and presumably this would not be the appropriate place to connect a router console cable.
Or is there a typo in the guide and the console cable actually has a standard female 9-pin DB-shell type serial connector at the PC end ?
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