Question about Leviton Computers & Internet
I am moving my computer line and am needing to install a jack to the end of a cat5e line. The jack has two possible wiring options one. It appears that one would be for phone and the other for a computer. The instructions are rather vague and don't indicate which wiring approach to use.
Any insights you can provide?
Those two jacks are telephone jacks (RJ-11) not ethernet (RJ-45). The jack marked telephone is for a phone, and the jack with a rectangle symbol is for the telephone line into the wall.
You need to buy an ethernet PCI card - without one you can not use a cat5e line (which has an RJ45 connection).
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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