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Pinout is as follows:
Looking at the Cat6 connector with the lock tab facing up, look at the pins, (brass colored contacts) going from left to right.
From the left it's pins 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, and 8.
The wires are twisted together in pairs.
1.Pin 4 goes to the White wire with Blue bands.
2.Pin 5 goes to Blue wire.
1.Pin 1 goes to the White wire with Orange bands.
2.Pin 2 goes to the Orange wire.
1.Pin 3 goes to the White wire with Green bands.
2.Pin 6 goes to the Green wire.
1.Pin 7 goes to the White wire with Brown bands.
2.Pin 8 goes to the Brown wire.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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