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The cable color in the jack box is independent to the jack box. It does not matter what the color of the wires are in the actual cable. The cable needs to have the same colors, in the same order, on both ends to work correctly.
This 1000 foot, spool-boxed roll of grey Cat5e bulk cable is a
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Cat-5e, enhanced Cat-5 cable, is the standard for modern networking
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This cable is 1000 feet long and are marked at every foot (marked 0001 - 1000 at each foot).
Wire the cable as either a patch or a crossover cable, use it for
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If router is brand new you should have a set up disk. the set up disk will walk you through it or you might log onto Belkin site to see a walk through set up. If you can access internet from modem to router to internet. That means router is functioning properly. To go completely wireless you will need to secure your network and setup your access codes. Definitely use the setup disk to do this. A unsecured wireless network is a nightmare waiting to happen. Good luck