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End repair w/o the org. end for a pattern

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Unless you have a RJ45 crimping tool you are stuck with having to ask someone who does have one to borrow it, honestly if you know someone with a crimping tool then ask them to perform the repair.
If however you have the tool for a straight through cable (most common)
Holding the plug upside down (catch towards the floor) and the pins furthest away from you I use the following layout;

orange white (furthest left hand side)
orange
green white
blue
blue white
green
brown brown white (furthest right hand side)

slide the cables into the plug held in the position describe above, then check the order of each wire once more using the crimping tool to "crimp the new RJ45 connection in place.

Basically as long as you hold the rj45 connector in the same position the wires should go into the same corresponding position at each end.

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hello :)

  • what model number is your computer ?
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http://www.centerspan.org/tutorial/connect.htm

http://internet-gopher.com/articles/connect.html

https://help.ubuntu.com/7.04/internet/C/connect-to-internet.html

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