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Direct Cable Connection - Definition

Direct Cable Connection is a link between the I/O ports of two computers created with a single cable rather than a modem or other interfacing devices. It is typically used to transfer files between two computers. In most cases, a direct cable connection is made with a null modem cable. If the parallel ports are used, Windows supports Standard or basic 4-bit cable, which is commonly known as a LapLink cable.


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