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I have a cat5 wire. I put your data phone jaack RJ45 on one end. I put your male plug on the other. On the tester, on the input it goes 12345678 on the wall jack it goes87654321 . Wall jack is wired to your specs, male plug is T568A.

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You accidentally flipped the cap over backwards when you were putting the male plug on. If you are using 568B standard that starts with orange/white and ends it brown...make sure that if the orange white is on the left, then the clip on the plug is facing away from you.

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It depends on which country you are in.

It depends what Broadband wiring setup you have.

It depends which type of cable you are talking about (see images 1 and 2 below)

In some countries, the RJ11 to RJ11 cable goes from this device into the phone Socket of an ADSL filter. One RJ45 to RJ45 cable goes from the Router into the Ethernet Socket of the ADSL Filter. Another RJ45 to RJ45 cable goes from the Router to the Computer. The ADSL Filter then goes into the Phone socket in the wall.

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See Network Diagram below.

In some countiries or wiring setups, the RJ45 to RJ45 cable form the Router to the Wall does not need to go via the Phone Socket and can go directly into its own dedicated Ethernet Wall Socket.

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IMAGE 1: RJ11 to RJ11 or ADSL MODEM or BROADBAND or TELECOMS or TELEPHONE Cable




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