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A serial interface is a communication interface between two digital systems that transmits data as a series of voltage pulses down a wire. A "1" is represented by a high logical voltage and a "0" is represented by a low logical voltage.
A port, or interface, that can be used for serial communication, in which only 1 bit is transmitted at a time. A serial port is a general-purpose interface that can be used for almost any type of device, including modems, mice, and printers (although most printers are connected to a parallel port).
A serial port is male in gender, and has either 9 pins or 25 pins. The shape of the port is slightly D-shaped. A serial computer port may be used for a mouse, external modem, scanner, or other linking software such as for a personal data assistant (PDA). Only very old computers have a 25-pin serial port.
That serial port is what's called the console port. It is used to access the router console for administration and configuration. This cable is called a Yost Cable, and has a DB9 connector on one end and an RJ45 on the other. This cable is also called a Rollover Cable.
There are many ways to connect two routers back-to-back. 1: Connect through Ethernet ports: use a crossover cable to directly connect the routers together through two Ethernet ports. 2: Connect through serial ports: use a DCE/DTE cable to connect the serial ports.
That serial port is what's called the console port. It is used to access the router console for administration and configuration. This cable is called a Yost Cable, and has a DB9 connector on one end and an RJ45 on the other. This cable is also called a Rollover Cable.
A Dell PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) serial port is a printed circuit board expansion card that fits inside a Dell computer, to provide a serial connection between the computer motherboard's PCI bus, and external hardware that utilizes serial signals.
The key difference between a serial (or parallel) port on a computer and an Ethernet port is what you're connecting. Ethernet on the other hand is only network connection used for much larger networks permitting other devices and computers to communicate with each other over very long distances.
Ethernet networking interface refers to a circuit board or card installed in a personal computer or workstation, as a network client. A networking interface allows a computer or mobile device to connect to a local area network (LAN) using Ethernet as the transmission mechanism.
DTE stands for Data Terminal Equipment, and DCE stands for Data Communications Equipment. DTE is typically either a dumb terminal or the serial port on a computer/workstation. DCE is typically a modem, DSU/CSU, or other piece of data communications equipment, hence the names.
The router is the DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) and the external device is the DCE (Data Communications Equipment), where the DCE provides the clocking. Each router is a DTE by default. The cable decides which end to be DCE or DTE and it is usually marked on the cable.
Typically, data communications equipment (DCE) refers to modems, Channel Service Unit/Data Service Units (CSU/DSUs), multiplexers, and similar devices. An example of a DCE is an analog modem, which provides a connection between a computer (the DTE) and the local loop POTS phone line (the serial transmission line).
DTE is a device that acts as an information source or an information sink for the binary digital data. In contrast, DCE is a device used as an interface between a DTE. It also transmits or receives data in the form of digital or analog signal in a network.
DTE stands for Data Terminal Equipment, and DCE stands for Data Communications Equipment. DTE is typically either a dumb terminal or the serial port on a computer/workstation. DCE is typically a modem, DSU/CSU, or other piece of data communications equipment, hence the names.
DTE stands for Data Terminal Equipment, and DCE stands for Data Communications Equipment. DTE is typically either a dumb terminal or the serial port on a computer/workstation. DCE is typically a modem, DSU/CSU, or other piece of data communications equipment, hence the names.
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