[SOLVED] A single network cable, two computers, and one hub's port available, Is it p
In my home we use a wired network, and there are four computers already connected to one eight ports hub (also the router is connected).
I'm about to add a computer to my current home network, but the problem is that for setting it up, I need a very long cable in order to connect it directly to the hub.
I already have one computer just next to the one that I want to add to the network, (so there is one cable that reaches there already).
I hope I made myself clear so far,
My question is: Can I somehow split the cable that is already there, so that I will be able to use THE SAME NETWORK CABLE CONNECTED TO ONE PORT OF THE HUB in two computers at the same time separately?
Is it physically possible?
Thank you a lot!