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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHERE CAN I FIND THE STANDARD
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONNECTION ON A LAN USING UTP ?

I WOULD LIKE TO FIND THE DESCRIPTION OF EACH SINGLE
PIN AND THE CONNECTION TO BE USED.
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n0thing earned 10 total points
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Hi,

   You cound find the specs. in the Cabling FAQ.
http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/LANs/cabling-faq/faq.html

Regards,
Minh Lai
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wo 1         1 wo
ow 2         2 ow
wg 3         3 wg
bw 4         4 bw
wb 5         5 wb
gw 6         6 gw
wbr 7        7 wbr
brw 8        8 brw

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This si the pinout diagram, hope it helps
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