USB to RJ45 connector?

  daz246 18:10 09 Nov 2003
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Can these be bought anywhere?

  Mysticnas 18:13 09 Nov 2003

they are 2 completely different technologies...

I'd be suprised if you found something

  daz246 18:16 09 Nov 2003

The reason I ask is because im trying to connect a USB modem to a Belkin 54g router, it says that you have to plug the cable that is in the back of the PC (USB) into the router (RJ45), any ideas on how this can be done? The moden doesn't have an RJ45 port only the smaller version of this and athe power/USB port.

  spikeychris 18:20 09 Nov 2003

Your not the only one who wanted one. When BB networking first kicked off everyone wanted one but they don't exist.

  spikeychris 18:22 09 Nov 2003

Bang a network card in.

  daz246 18:25 09 Nov 2003

I have a CardBus 32 network card in my PC and a similar one in my laptop. I have a BT Voyager 100 USB ASDL modem but this doesnt have a RJ45 port. I need to connect from the usb cbale or the smaller RJ45 cable to a Belkin router. How can I do this?

  DieSse 18:33 09 Nov 2003

click here

You need one of these to enable you to connect your USB modem.

  WaiKent 21:42 09 Nov 2003

well i recommend buying a new modem that has ethernet on it. then you ccan use rj45.

  Belatucadrus 01:27 10 Nov 2003
  DieSse 01:34 10 Nov 2003

Wrong way round ;-))

  wawadave 05:45 10 Nov 2003

hello
there are adapters to use up to 100'feet of rj45 cable with usb ends. tigerdirect in usa or canada has them. i,m sure in uk some where.

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