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INCORRECTYour diagrams fail to identify the contacts as the appear looking into the cable end or into the hub/device .. which makes your diag totally useless. why not stick some numbers there!APPROVED
CORRECTIn my understanding the 6-lead pinout shall be interpreted on such a way that you keep the cable in your hand and look at the connector.

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CORRECTplease consider creating a diagram of the cable connections between each end, to further illustrate the crossing over from end 1 to end 2, where pair A is connected to pair B at the other end. and if an extension cable is being created, I believe you dont need to cross wires, because that will not work in an extension cable arrangement. please note that.APPROVED
2010-05-08 04:04:39rev. 2CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-09-23 20:29:57rev. 2CORRECTAPPROVED
2013-02-27 18:14:18rev. 2INCORRECTAPPROVED
2013-10-08 22:10:06rev. 3ERROR FIXEDColors are not correct, A and B channels are switched. 1white 2black 3red 4green 5orange 6blue Many thanks for your service.APPROVED
2013-12-10 21:04:43rev. 3CORRECTAPPROVED
2018-03-01 23:29:20rev. 4CORRECTEverting OK!APPROVED

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2010-02-23 22:56:21rev. 2Gene CummI'm uncertain if this should be a footnote here or another page.

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