Question about Networking Hubs & Switches
Wich hub highst ferfoms plz give me answer
Posted on May 07, 2008
Only pins 1,2,3 & 6 are used in today's local area networks. Pins 1 and 2 are one pair and 3 and 6 are the other (receive/transmit). Depending on the standard used (Telephone/Electronics Industry Association TIA/EIA) 568A or B, pin 1 may be green/white (white with a green stripe) or orange/white (white with an orange stripe). Pin 2 will be the opposing pair color...green with green/white or orange with orange/white. Pair 3/6 will be the opposite pair...green or orange. While typical network wiring (PC to router or switch) is pin 1 to 1 and 2 to 2, etc. (straight through), crossed-over (pin 1 to 3 and 2 to 6) is still used in older networks where you are connecting switch to switch or router to router and the device doesn't contain an auto-sensing polarity capability. Today's network device ports are usually intelligent enough to detect and correct this situation. These are the basics. You shouldn't build your own cables with solid conductor cable unless they are not going to be moved. Typical home-made cables will become flakey the moment they are moved because of the cables.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
This is stright cable.It is used to hub/sw to computer. Orange of white-orange-green of white-blue- blue of white-green- brown of white-brown. This is cross cable.it is use to connect device to device only one sided and one sided stright cable green of white-green-orange of white-blue-blue of white-orange-brown of white-brown remember this jack plain part should be up side when you create a jack.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
If u want to create network either in your home or in your office. any were there is a standard given by IEEE. if u want to connect difference devices like your computer and switch/hub. u go to straight cable. colour combination is wihte orange-orange-white green-blue-white blue-green-white brown-brown. and crimp it properly. if u want to connect same devices like computer to computer or switch/hub to switch/hub u go to cross over cable. one side u crimp as mentioned above but on the other end u connect as given below color code that is : white green-green-white orange-blue-white blue-orange-white brown-brown. good luck. purushotam
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
Blue is standard and yellow is usually a cross over cable. You only need straight thru cables..not crossover. The cable from the modem if you have high speed goes to th einput port on the router and then a cable goes from the router to as many computers you nee. provided there is enough ports
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
This site will give you directions on how to make a CAT5 cable. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000639.htm
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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