DB25 connectors …….. need help

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Two computers are connected with each other through DB25 connectors.  If one computer has sent the data 0x3536 to other computer then what value would be received from the other computer?                                                                  

If you are not able to connect the two computers through DB25 connectors then don’t worry by using the logic (protocol) just find the values that would be received to other computer.                                                                                                          

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DB25 connectors …….. need help

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If you are sending signals on the other computer connected via DB25 (commonly known as the Lap Link Cable) connectors or commonly known as peer to peer connection, this depends on the procedure or method that you are doing. So if you have sent the 0x3536 data on the other peer, the other peer may received the same data off course. But if you are sending the 0x3536 just to test the connectivity of both computers, you may received a signal from the peer computer most likely 2×3536, this indicates that peer is connected or established. Some other data varies depending on the system that you are using. You may also refer on your lap link software for more information.

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