I have a network with DHCP from the
----<WirelessRouter/Router>----<-100meters->----<?ANOTHER ROUTER?>-----to other computers | | | | ----Connected to other computers
For the 100 meters, I use copper wire. Do I need to use a crossover setup for RJ45? Or can I just use the standard setup of RJ45?
Here in my house, I already set up the 100 meters with a standard setup, in which if we remove the
<?ANOTHER ROUTER?>, the 100 meters will connect directly to one computer only.
I want to add some routers there, but my instructor said that a standard setup of RJ45 will not work for router-to-router here.
Maybe I missed something above, I forgot what a crossover setup or a standard setup is. I assume that crossover is for router-to-router or a computer-to-computer connection. Correct me if I'm wrong.