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Dear telll me the configration crosecable and other cable

Dear tell me as soon as posibal tell me crosecable and other cable
configration.i am very thank to you if you tell me this.ok

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To do a normal cable, the standard type B colors are:
White Orange, Orange, White Green, Blue, White Blue, Green, White Brown, Brown.

For a crossover cable, you need to invert 1 and 3, and 2 and 6 (on ONE side). The result will be:
White Green, Green, White Orange, Blue, White Blue, Orange, White Brown, Brown.

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