What a great list. Quick replies!! First, thanks to the current respondants:
Ken Rossman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com (Chris Wilson)
David Fetrow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com (Dan Lorenzini)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Curt Freeland)
email@example.com (ld kelley x-6857)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Seiden)
Dan Butzer <email@example.com>
and those who will before seeing the summary.
SUMMARY: (full replies on request)
>From Curt Freeland:
J1800 (Just behind the DB15 ethernet AUI connector) is the jumper you need.
The Field Engineers manual says
out forces AutoSense Ethernet (if > 30ma on the +12 return)
out forces thin ethernet
in forces thick ethernet.
>From Dan Lorenzini:
The 4/110 is supposed to figure out which interface to use
automagically. However, in our experience, this does not work
flawlessly. There is a jumper that can be used to force using the
thick interface, and I believe that it is J1800 located near the
ethernet connector. (Jumper in=thick; out=auto select.)
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