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Old 02-14-2016, 11:47 PM   #1
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I'm obviously having a bad day, can anyone decipher this wiring diagram.
I'm using B wiring but this makes no sense!!
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Old 02-15-2016, 12:33 AM   #2
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Hi mate.

Working from right to left (1-8), the colour scheme should be:

1.Orange Stripe
2.Orange
3.Green Stripe
4.Blue
5.Blue Stripe
6.Green
7.Brown Stripe
8.Brown
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Which is exactly what I'm doing!!
I've done block 1 and 2 and when I test only connections 3,4,5,6 say connected?
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Make sure they're punched down properly and that you're terminating on the first block only (you're probably doing that but it's worth checking).
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Old 02-18-2016, 07:44 PM   #5
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I'm reading it differently than Mitch. Looking at your picture, you want to use the 2 middle rows of the color code scheme marked B. Disregard A. Then looking at the punch panel from right to left, you use the first four connections on the top: White Orange, Orange, Brown, White Brown. (The next 4 connections to the left are for patch panel connection # 2)

Use the second row of colors in conjunction with the bottom row of connections. Right to Left it's : White Blue, Blue, White Green, Green.
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That would explain it!
I'm back on the job today so i will check it out, thanks guys.
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Think Fred's nailed that one!

I saw the B and assumed you were wiring EIA/TIA 568B standard which is correct in my post, but incorrect according to the picture.
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Second picture is edited to add the color code the right, right? :-)

8 Port block? That would be the numbering shown. Block should be marked better though; something like.
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Yep, like this maybe?

And repeat the same wiring as on Port 1 for Ports 2 through 8.
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That's it exactly guys, why manufacturers do strange things like this I have no idea!!
Thanks again everyone all working fine now
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vow, that's great. congratulations. I wanna say patch pannel wiring is really a hard work.
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