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Switch to switch connection

I am having a network of 5 pcs in one room with d link 8 port switch, and in another room 4 computer lan using another switch. now i want to connect both the switch using cat5 cable. i want cable pattern or colour code for connecting switches

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Sir mujhe 2 swich add karna hai me kya karu kaisi cable banana hai ple aap bataiye

Posted on May 25, 2010

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    agr 2switch add krna h to cat5 cable use kro or color code:- white-green,green. white-orange, bule. white-bule, orange. white-brown, brown.

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In the 1st end of your cat5 cable the color codes are: white orange, orange,white green,blue,white blue,green,white brown,brown and in other end codes are: white green, green, white orange, blue, white blue,orange,white brown,brown....gud luck

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I want to colour code switch to switch

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We have 6 computer in one room and other room 5 computer and one server and i connected both room in two switch but problem is when i tracking system not sho 2 swithc there show one switch what i do now , ther for my system are slow

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Crossover cable :
Connector 1 connector 2
1 <-> 3
2 <-> 6
3 <-> 1
6 <-> 2

Color diagram at this address:
http://www.duxcw.com/digest/Howto/network/cable/cable5.htm

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