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The monster cable ends fit my Cpx cable end ... do I need an adaptor or did I get the wrong cable ... tucson

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If they don't fit it is the wrong cable. Check the type of connector that your comp. will accept before you buy a relpacement one.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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How to Crimping Network Cables


Tools and Materials You Will Need
Crimper with RJ-45 die.
Wire stripper
Wire cutter
RJ-45 plugs
Cat-5 UTP cable
Optional Tools
Wire Tester
Procedure
1. Strip off insulation
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3. Place wires in correct order &
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4. Trim wires to desired length.
Note:
If the wires are too long the plug will not
crimp onto the insulation for strength.
5. Slide wires all the way into the plug.
Make sure not to disrupt the color
scheme.
6. Crimp plug.
7. Repeat steps 1-6 for the other end.
8. Test wire using optional test equipment
or between working computer and hub
for patch (straight through) cables ,or
between switches for crossover cables.
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2. Orange
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I've connected both ends of a Cat5e cable using the GigaMax 5e snap-in connectors. At each end, I used the T568B wiring standard. Then, I connected my computer to one end of my cable assembly via a 3 ft...


It doesn't matter whether you use the 568A or 568B wiring as long as you use the same at both ends. (If you use A at one end and B at the other you wind up with a crossover cable, handy for some applications but not what you need.) The easiest way to check a cable is with a cable tester, and then all you need to do is look at LEDs to see any problems. You can also use an ohmmeter to check that each wire goes the right place, but it's more work.

When using insulation displacement connectors, be sure you're using a punch-down tool to seat the wires in the appropriate slots. You can use the plastic tool often supplied with these connectors, or you can get a better quality spring-loaded one at reasonable cost. Don't rely on the plastic "stuffer cap" since it sometimes doesn't push the wire down fully into the metal contacts. I often find a wire that looks seated, but isn't, is what is causing the trouble. Also, especially if the lighting's not good, it's easy to mix up wires. Punching to the 568A code at one end and B at the other is not a hard mistake to make.

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I have a problem in crimpring of UTP Cable in one end of the connector I followed 568B while crimping in RJ-45 Connector, and other side I want to punch in I/O Box what should I follow either 568 A or...


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