USB-C Male to RJ45 Male.
Apple sells a Belkin USB-C to RJ45 Female, which is the normal configuration one would expect to find on a computer with native network connectivity.
Yes, of course you need an adapter to convert the USB signal to something that ethernet understands and the same applies to VGA, DVI and HDMI.
I've got a question and i couldn't find the answer on the Internet (yes i really tried).
Why is there no direct cable from usb-c male to RJ45 (ethernet male) ?
There are only adapters on the market. Do we need the adapter itself to "convert" the signals ? However, why isn't there a direct conversation inside the cable itself available (when it's necessary to have that), i mean HDMI to usb-c is available as well..