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I have a RJ45 cable wiring. I need to use it to connect my printer to network. But the network socket that was available in my printer is RJ25 socket.

I thought that i can wired cross cable which is used an RJ45 on one side, and RJ25 on the other side, so I can connect my printer to my network.

Does anybody know how to to make a cross cable with RJ45 and RJ25??

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Is the RJ25 connector on your printer an Ethernet port? – toppledwagon Jul 19 '13 at 2:23
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What model is your printer? – longneck Jul 19 '13 at 2:25

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