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I am trying to connect a cat5 cable to a Systimax DATA connector

I am trying to connect a cat5 cable to a Systimax MPS100E-112 MPSB DATA (plug?). Does anyone know where I can find instructions on wiring. Illustrated would be nice.

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The systemax jack you reference should have a sticker showing the proper location to terminate each of the wires. Lay each wire in the matching slot once you have decided wheter to to use the 568A or 568B standard (makes no difference as long as both ends are wired the same. 568B is more common.) If you google "ethernet cabling" you will find dozens of sites with good illustrations to help you.

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