- - Socket Cat.5e;
- - Screwdriver;
- - wire cutters;
- - screws;
- - screwdriver.
cable that will be connected to a power outlet, attach to the wall in some way safe for him (using a bracket or cable box).At the bottom of the socket get two latches.Click on them and the lid comes off.
Pass the cable through the hole in the bottom, put in is available with the back side of the channel, then use the screwdriver secure the base with the terminal block connector and on the wall with two screws.Be careful not to pierce the cable.
Remove the outer shell on the last length of about 2 cm. Strip the wires themselves to a length of about 0.5 cm (terminal sockets unlike Ethernet-plugs are not always equipped with devices for automa
tic piercing insulation).
Look for any pattern (A or B) Ethernet-plug crimped on the opposite side of the cable (where a switch or router).If the outlet has a label on the terminal block with two rows of colored squares, connect wires according to the row labeled as 568A for Scheme A, or according to the number of circuits 568B for B.
In the absence of labels, considering that the baseturned the terminal block down and jack - up, connect the conductors in the direction of the left contact to the right in the following order: for option A - brown, brown and white, orange, orange, white, blue, blue-white, green, green and white,for option B - brown, brown and white, green, green and white, blue, blue, white, orange, orange and white.
Note that these wiring diagrams are different from those used in crimp Ethernet-forks: the conductors on the terminal block for ease grouped by color pairs, as well as in some designs sockets connection scheme may differ from that describedabove.For example, it may be the same as the prongs or contacts for the blue and blue-white wires may be positioned rightmost.
If the terminal block is a two-lane, then, assuming that the outlet is directed upwards, and the terminals located underneath, is most often used such a scheme to connect: the left row, from top to bottom, for circuits A and B: brown,brown and white, blue, blue and white, right row, top to bottom, for the scheme A: green and white, green, orange and white, orange, right row, top to bottom, for the circuit B: orange and white, orange, green-white, green.
Close outlet cover, connect it to the network card computer cable, crimped in a straight line pattern (in any case not under the scheme Crossover), and then make sure there is communication.