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Without using Type A Specification on both sides of the network cable, the simplest way is to color co-ordinate both ends of the cable and crimp!

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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
2. Untangle wires
3. Place wires in correct order &
straighten.
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.
Wire Color Scheme
Pin Color Diagram
1. Orange / White
2. Orange
3. Green / White
4. Blue
5. Blue / White
6. Green
7. Brown / White
Patch Cable
(Straight Through)
Both ends follow this
format.
8. Brown
Pin Color Diagram
1. Green / White
2. Green
3. Orange / White
4. Blue
5. Blue / White
6. Orange
7. Brown / White
Crossover Cable
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Computer to switch or hub (straight through)
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T-568B T-568A
-------------------------- ------------------------
Pin Color Pin Name Color Pin Name
--- ------------- -------- ------------- --------
1 Orange Stripe Tx+ Green Stripe Rx+
2 Orange Tx- Green Rx-
3 Green Stripe Rx+ Orange Stripe Tx+
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