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    Cat5 Connector wiring

    Just bought some new Cat5 UTP's but the colour coding on them is weird so I can't figure out which wire goes where?? Cat5 Connection.jpg - see picture attached

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    Top right to left. white orange - orange - white green - Green
    botton right to left . Blue - Whit Blue - White Brown - Brown.

    Patch in a small fly lead and test it to the patch pannel.

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    Just imagine a line down the middle of each set, so you can see a solid block of green, next to that is green/white etc...

    Ben

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    It's appears to be labelled for 568-B and 568-A. (Big B on the outside, and what looks like a small A in the middle, just under "CAT5e").

    NB, I can't definitely tell which is orange in that photo - not sure if it's the printing on the part or the photo.

    If you're using B (and you probably are), punch down according to the outer colours.

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    Thanks for the replys, particularly Plexer as I think you got it squire - Edugeek is the business, what would we do without it - struggle that's for sure!!

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