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UTP Cross Cable???

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I Have two computers with network adpaters and i want to connect them, creating a Workgroup. My Problem is the cable, i'm using a RJ45 cable. It's seems that the cable must be a cross cable. do you no hown to make a cross cable. If YES please send me the PINS configurations to the both rj45 connecters.
In the LAN of the office the Workgroup works fine, because we have a HUB, and i think the HUB cross the cable. Using a normal RJ45 i only can see the same computer and not the other.

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Pin 1: White-Orange
 2: Orange
3: White Green
4: Blue
5: White Blue
6: Green
7: White Brown
8:Brown

Wire one side

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Wire the other side
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