I am trying to connect a General Electric PQM (Power Quality Meter) to a PC. I had it connected to a laptop via DB9 null modem cable, and it was working fine, but needed to run it permanently to a PC. I have two DB-9 to RJ-45 adapter's, the female is at the PC and the male at the PQM. There are only a few hundred pinouts for this on the internet but I havent had any luck finding anything that works. I know it should be simple and for most of you I'm sure it is but I am running out of hair to pull out and could use some assistance. I just need the pinout for the two DB9 to RJ45 adapters and should I use a straight through RJ-45 cable or crossover, but I guess it depends on if the wires cross in the adapters. Please anyone....HELP!!!
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