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Hi,

WHat is a Self-Adaptive Network Switch?

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Here is what it is; an Uplink port and port 8 share a port or Auto MDI/MDIX.
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All modern switches are "self-adaptive"... probably any switch bought in the last decade. Basically, if you plug-in a straight or crossover Ethernet cable, the switch would figure out what the port on the other end is and select the correct configuration for communication.
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Ahhhhh ok ok.

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