No go on the baluns. Those just replace the twinax cable. That's Twinax to
block to twisted pair into a balun screwed into a twinax device. It is still
twinax.The new IBM Power 7 systems DO NOT SUPPORT twinax of any kind at all.

You will need an intelligent Ethernet/ IP to twinax converter. Something
that will accept and convert the print stream.

Sorry.

On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 3:38 PM, <lynda@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

You can get these great baluns that convert the twinax to twisted
pair. Just do a search on twinax to twisted pair conversion. They
run around $20.

Lynda Bovinette

On Tue, 28 Jun 2011 15:30:06 -0400, "LeLeux, James" wrote:
As I started to write this, I couldn't remember how to spell twinax!
That's when you know it's old!

All,

We are obtaining a new ISeries and we have a couple of great hi-speed
twinax printers we'd like to retain.

Can anyone recommend some devices that go from TCP/IP to twinax?

I've done the opposite with lasers.

Thanks so much for any input!



James LeLeux
IT Director: Cherry, Shur-Lok, & SPS Santa Ana
2701 South Harbor Blvd
Santa Ana, CA 92704
M 714-929-8063
SKYPE james.leleux
jleleux@xxxxxxxxxxx


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