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CORRECTIT needs a better image it has no color the is horrible, but correct APPROVED
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CORRECTThis cable pinout is correct. APPROVED
CORRECTIts correctAPPROVED
CORRECTThanks for putting this up!APPROVED
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2008-08-11 18:01:36rev. 2CORRECTAPPROVED
2008-09-20 00:18:25rev. 2CORRECTthis is correct APPROVED
2008-09-26 23:17:56rev. 2CORRECTAPPROVED
2008-11-14 04:18:29rev. 2CORRECTAPPROVED
2009-09-08 04:27:33rev. 7CORRECTAPPROVED
2009-09-16 18:26:42rev. 7CORRECTAPPROVED
2009-11-06 14:02:31rev. 7ERROR FIXEDFrom a RJ45 connector perspective, the color of pin 1 of one side must be the same color as pin 8 on the other connector. This diagram implies the opposite. The pins are number from the left so pin 1 of connector 1 should have white-orange and pin 1 of the connector 2 should have brown.APPROVED
2009-11-16 00:59:27rev. 7CORRECTAPPROVED
2010-03-02 15:03:52rev. 8CORRECTAPPROVED
2010-05-31 10:48:13rev. 8CORRECTAPPROVED
2010-07-13 17:25:22rev. 8CORRECTAPPROVED
2010-08-07 05:55:01rev. 8CORRECTafter checking one should change the rj45 connector.APPROVED
2010-08-18 21:36:38rev. 8ERROR FIXEDThe sequence used in the workstation Pin name is wrong. According to CompTIA Network+ Training exercise for network components, the Sequence should be: 8 Brown 7 White-brown 6 Green 5 white-blue 4 blue 3 white-green 2 orange 1 white-orange The router pin sequence is correct, that is TIA/EIA-568-B wiring standard.APPROVED
2010-09-11 18:32:55rev. 8ERROR FIXEDcolor coding freak me outAPPROVED
2010-09-23 02:36:25rev. 8ERROR FIXEDThe color code for the first set should be: white orange, orange, white green, blue, white blue, green, white brown, brown. The second set should be the exact opposite of the first eg. brown, white brown, green, white blue, blue, white green, orange, white orange. APPROVED
2010-10-08 07:12:34rev. 9CORRECTAPPROVED
2010-11-08 18:01:10rev. 10ERROR FIXEDThe Router pin name colors are incorrect. They should be white-orange/orange/white-green/blue/white-blue/green/white-brown/brown. The white-blue/blue needs to be swapped.APPROVED
2011-12-07 17:17:28rev. 11CORRECTnoAPPROVED
2012-01-12 12:23:28rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-01-12 19:55:29rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-01-13 16:58:53rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-01-21 20:54:18rev. 11CORRECTnone that i can seeAPPROVED
2012-02-21 15:12:59rev. 11CORRECTThis is correct and realy knowladgeful.APPROVED
2012-03-21 14:30:42rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-04-15 01:25:03rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-05-09 11:12:03rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-06-18 09:09:08rev. 11CORRECTthis is right hereAPPROVED
2012-06-22 09:04:59rev. 11CORRECTnoAPPROVED
2012-08-22 01:26:45rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2013-03-07 14:57:03rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2013-03-09 12:43:49rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2013-06-11 21:29:28rev. 11INCORRECTleft column is wrong (it should not colors there)APPROVED
2013-09-18 17:06:29rev. 11CORRECTAPPROVED
2014-07-15 17:41:19rev. 12CORRECTAPPROVED
2014-10-30 17:01:37rev. 12CORRECTNope, no errors.APPROVED
2015-08-19 19:18:58rev. 12ERROR FIXEDAPPROVED
2015-08-19 19:19:26rev. 12CORRECTAPPROVED
2015-08-19 19:21:44rev. 12ERROR FIXEDblue must be swapped with green in both tables APPROVED
2017-07-01 22:48:03rev. 12CORRECTAPPROVED
2018-01-07 00:14:24rev. 12CORRECTAPPROVED


History of users contributions

Date Content
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2009-03-29 16:54:03rev. 4Joshua Niitz
2009-05-01 17:26:05rev. 4Nick
2009-08-07 22:17:13rev. 4
2010-01-06 23:18:44rev. 7zeeshan shamim
2010-10-17 15:04:25rev. 9Allen DelgraI think the color coding freek us out. it's wrong
2011-01-04 14:23:17rev. 11
2012-01-07 10:00:10rev. 11You and everyone else on the net seem to have copied the same illustration...which is obviously wrong. Pin one on the router connector is in the same place as pin one on the workstation connector. The white/orange wire connected to pin one on the router side is connected to the opposite pin on the workstation side...pin eight.

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