First time here. Before anyone asks, yes I have searched for this to no avail!
I recently purchased a Cisco 2503 router through a friend of mine for a 'home lab' to play around with as a supplement to my CCNA training. I found today, much to my annoyance that on this router there are two serial, one BRI, one console, one AUX and an AUI (With adapter). This means I only have one ethernet port! All I really want to do is have this router between my computer and my other router (A D-Link DL704P). But this router only has ethernet ports and no serial except for a printer. My dilemma is that if I connect the ethernet to my computer, how will I connect a serial to ethernet between the 2503 and the D-Link! The 2503 has a 60 pin female connection for those wondering. Could I possibly get an adapter between ethernet and serial?
I don't want to sound funny, but an adapter from ethernet to serial, is exactly a router like you got. The dual-ethernet routers (from cisco at least) are more expensive, but there are some older ones from 25xx series that are quite cheap possibly.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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