>I do not have a 10Base-T network at home...it's 10Base-2 (well I do
>have this two-hole Farallon thingie connected to a Karlbridge 8*).
There's nothing wrong with -2. I believe in using the right tool
for the job, and for a small number of nodes all in the same
room, -2 makes more sense than -T, since a hub and a small number
of transceivers costs less than a small number of -2 transceivers.
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