Detailed description on how to make and crimp a standard EIA/TIA-568 B straight thru patch cable.
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very helping video with nice illustrations.
thank you good video and information
may i ask you what the name of the crimp tool you use ? there are so many out there what one to go for ?
Quick note.After watching this vid i went and made my own cable.I did follow color order,but it ended up reversed for me.Good thing is,as long as you follow same color order on both ends,cable will work as normal:)
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good technique…thanks for posting.
do you need to do the same on both sides ?
how we can conect two or more computer through lan connection.
Just to know how wiring of a office.
Are you Cisco certified?
it’s a little difficult
Very clear and to the point. Just like every teaching/illustrating video should be.
thanks to the videos
i am not lisen clearlly.
Hi what you refer to as a “wick” is actually serving two purposes,one is it allows ripping of the outer sheath and secondly it stops or helps prevent the entire cable being overstretched on long runs,I have never heard it called a wick most people call it the ripcord
Clear and informative video kkehoe5, thank you 🙂
do they have to be the same on both ends? how do u make a phone line port to ethent cat5
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i have wires (cat 7) all over the apt. does everything need to be 568B , also the wall connection? or just the cables that connects the computer to the wall jack ?
clear informative video
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if i dont have this crimper how could i make the last part??
Just to confirm, there is no need to strip the ends like you do with electrical wires?
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Good clear video thanks. I’m wondering if I can do the last bit without the special tool. I mean where you pierce and connect the cables to the fitting
Great video. Thank you.
oh yeah he helped to refresh about this subject
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