As everybody knows Cisco's console ports are RJ45. However, the cable they come bundled with is DB9 to RJ45. We have a KVM that allows managing network devices via a serial port but the port on the KVM is also RJ45, not DB9. What is the name of the cable to allow this connection (serial RJ45 to RJ45). Note: the standard Ethernet patch cable is also RJ45 to RJ45 but does not work.
You're correct, standard ethernet cables won't work due to the wiring sequence - cisco uses what's called a "rollover cable" for their serial consoles. An example of the pin-out for rollover can be found here:
It's as simple as pin 8 on one end is swapped to pin 1 on the other end, pin 7 to pin 2, etc. All the way down the cable.
If you have some Cat-5 cable, RJ-45 ends, a crimper, and the know-how to crimp your own cables - you can make your own rollovers fairly easily! If you don't wish to do that, I'd suggest searching for "Cisco RJ-45 Rollover" or similar in order to find vendors from which you can purchase RJ-45 to RJ-45 rollover cables.
P.S: Double-check the documentation of your KVM - some KVMs that allow serial management require their own proprietary adapters for it, even if the port on the KVM is RJ-45. If it does require a proprietary adapter, there's a chance that it will support standard RJ-45.
Haymaker beat me to it...
You don't say what Cisco device or what KVM, but chances are you want what Cisco calls a rollover cable:
Pin 1 on one end connects to Pin 8 on the other Pin 2 Pin 7 Pin 3 Pin 6 Pin 4 Pin 5 etc. Pin 8 Pin 1
This is basically a null-modem cable but with RJ connectors instead of DB. Here's a link to a different Cisco doc that describes console pinouts.