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I have a problem in crimpring of UTP Cable in one end of the connector I followed 568B while crimping in RJ-45 Connector, and other side I want to punch in I/O Box what should I follow either 568 A or 568B.

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For a straight through cable, which is most likely what you need, you can use either standard as long as you use the same standard on both ends. In your case use 568B since that's what you have on one end already.

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