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Kevin Webb wrote at 2006-10-02 17:50:00
Incorrect as a rule.  MDX capable ports, on both GigE NIC's in computers (standard) and most contemporary switches make the statement above inaccurate.  


sss wrote at 2015-01-23 12:54:58
STRAIGHT THROUGH CABLE COLOR CODING

o   White Orange

o   Orange

o   White Green

o   Blue

o   White Blue

o   Green

o   White Brown

o   Brown

CROSS OVER THROUGH CABLE COLOR CODING

o   White Green

o   Green

o   White Orange

o   Blue

o   White Blue

o   Orange

o   White Brown

o   Brown

Two Different Types of Device Connect Cross over through

Same device System Connect Straight trough





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sss wrote at 2015-01-23 13:00:19
STRAIGHT THROUGH CABLE COLOR CODING

o   White Orange

o   Orange

o   White Green

o   Blue

o   White Blue

o   Green

o   White Brown

o   Brown

CROSS OVER THROUGH CABLE COLOR CODING

o   White Green

o   Green

o   White Orange

o   Blue

o   White Blue

o   Orange

o   White Brown

o   Brown

Two Different Types of Device Connect Cross over through

Same device System Connect Straight trough  


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