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Standard cat5 wiring doesn't match philips rj45 flush mount

This mount has all solid colors

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Are you looking for cat5 straight through cable or crossover??

option 1 (straight through)
each pin correspond to the other end in the same spot.

If all the cables are colored the same then you need an ohm meter to identify them.

Option 2: (crossover)


Pin 1 correspond to pin 3
Pin 2 correpond to pin 6
Pin 3 to Pin 1
Pin 6 to Pin 2

or you can go to (for schematics):
http://www.duxcw.com/digest/Howto/network/cable/cable5.htm

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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Your cat5 will make up 4 pair. org/org/wht being one pair and so on.

So as long as you keep them in pairs you will be ok.

Meaning. Pair one from cat5 org and org/wht to wall plate wht and brn.This would be one complete pair.So the wall plate colors are different from cat5 but as long as you stay in pairs and go from left to right on your conections you should be ok.

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