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Cabling 13 years 9 months ago #107

Say I have to wire straight-thru cable. I have read Networking>Cabling>* and finally find out how to wire cables properly
What if I wire my cable using 1-st and 4-th pairs instead of 2-nd and 3-rd? will my cable work worth? Just wonder if there is any difference.

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Cabling 13 years 6 months ago #108

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As long as your ends match up it doesn't really matter which pairs you use. But its nice if all the cables conform to one standard.
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Cabling 13 years 6 months ago #109

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I totally agree with kden604.

You better off following the standards so you don't bump into problems later on when you might want to add a few extra cables and end up having half of them following the standard, while the rest don't.
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