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Thread: Cable

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    Cable


    [gloworange]How to make good cable for Cisco certified equipment[/gloworange] .

    1. Select the ammount of cable (CAT 5e UTP) 5 metre max for straight through, 3 metre max for crossover.
    2. Remove an inch of cable covering. Using a croping tool (blade section for clean cut).
    3. Ubtwist the pairs. Stretch out using a pencil or pen.
    4. Place in order of: Pin Colour
    1 White/green (Has stripes of white and green).
    2 Green
    3 White/Orange
    4 Blue
    5 White/Blue
    6 Orange
    7 White/brown
    8 Brown.

    5. Clip wires to even end length.
    6. Get the jack RJ45 and insert cable. the cable ends must touch the end of the jack.
    7. Check the cable order and the shield enter the jack.
    8. Crimp using the larger tool.
    9. Repeat srep four for straight through.
    Crossover cable Pin Colour
    1 White/Orange
    2 Orange
    3 White/Green
    4 Blue
    5 White/Blue
    6 Green
    7 White/Brown
    8 Brown
    10. Repeat steps 5-8.
    11. Test using cable tester.

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    nice configuration of cables mate , but me ussualy do :
    - white brown
    - brown
    - white green
    - blue
    - white blue
    - green
    - white orange
    - orange

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    Cool cables

    Was it straight or crossover?

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    Anyway,

    Please make a difference between cables for the G703 interface and for ,let's say, common LAN or Cisco usage.

    Cables for G703 interfaces use pairs 1-2 and 4-5 , the other ones like said above 1-2 and 3-6.

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    Cool

    this is a LAN cable, i don't know about the G703 cables.

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    Lebb,

    For your info, if you're interested in some standards...

    http://www.ipwnet.de/knowhow/g703.htm

    On the bottom of the page there's a wiring scheme

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    basically, straight cable is for when you are connecting to another computer, through a device. ie, a router etc. a cross over cable is used when connecting directly to another computer. (LAN)

    this difference is that on a straight cable, at one end, the first pin leads to the last pin on the other end. with a crossover, the first pin leads to the first pin at the other end. just the way the computers/devices are designed.
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    national straight code is wight green/ green/ white orange/ blue/ white blue/ orange/ white brown/ brown
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    We use 568B at work and use 568A for the crossover end. That is how I have seen it most everywhere i have been.
    There is only 2 standards and B is the most popular to use. No National standard.


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    Lightbulb Cables

    The cable i made is crossover, so it's set up the way I wrote up above.

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