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different categories of UTP cabling?
UTP Category Purpose Transfer
Category 1 Voice only
Category 2 Data 4 Mbps
Category 3 Data 10 Mbps
Category 4 Data 16 Mbps
Category 5 Data 100 Mbps
Category 5e Data 1 Gbps (1000 Mbps)
Category 6 Data 1Gbps/10 Gbps
Thinnet refers to RG-58 cabling flexible coaxial cable about 1/4 inch thick What is its maximum length, transfer rate and transfer rate?
Thinnet maximum length is 185 meters, transfer rate:10 Mbps
and uses a BNC connector
Thicknet refers to RG-8 cabling flexible coaxial cable about 1/2 inch thick What is its maximum length, transfer rate and transfer rate?
Thicknet maximum length is 500 meters, transfer rate:10 Mbps and uses a (adapter unit interface) AUI connector
Twisted-pair cabling get its name by having four pairs of wires that are twisted to help reduce crosstalk or interference from outside electrical devices. What are the two forms of twisted-pair cabling
unshielded twisted pair (UTP) and shielded twistedpair (STP).
What is the maximum distance of UTP?
100 meters
UTP cable uses what designated connectors
registered jack 45, or most often referred to as RJ-45.
RJ-45 connector contains how many contacts,
eight, one for each wire in a UTP cable
Twisted-pair cable is more susceptible to what?
interference and should not be used in environments containing large electrical or electronic devices.
Category 6 data rates?
1 Gbps/10 Gbps
Category 5e data rates?
1 Gbps (1000 Mbps)
Category 5 what is the data rate?
100 Mbps
Category 4 what is the data rate?
16 Mbps
Category 3 what is the data rate?
10 Mbps
Category 2 what is the data rate?
4 Mbps
Category 1 what is the data rate?
Voice only
CAT 5 UTP normally uses four wires of the eight wires for a straight-thru cable. Which wires are they?
a. CPU wiring #1 (TX+),#2(TX-), #3(RX+), and #6(RX-)
to
b. Hub wiring #1 (RX+), #2(TX-), #3(TX+), 6(TX-)
What is a crossover cable pin-out?
Wires 1 and 2 are switched with wires 3 and 6 on one end of the cable.
What are the two popular wiring standards today?
568A and 568B, but because 568B is the more popular standard for CAT 5 and CAT 5e,
What is the pin-out for a straight-thru cable 568B
1 White wire/orange stripe (white-orange)
1 White wire/orange stripe (white-orange)

2 Orange wire
2 Orange wire

3 White wire/green stripe (white-green)
3 White wire/green stripe (white-green)

4 Blue wire
4 Blue wire

5 White wire/blue stripe (white-blue)
5 White wire/blue stripe (white-blue)

6 Green wire
6 Green wire

7 White wire/brown stripe (white-brown)
7 White wire/brown stripe (white-brown)

8 Brown wire
8 Brown wire
What is the pin-out for a crossover cable 568B
1 White wire/orange stripe (white-orange)
1 White wire/green stripe (white-green)

2 Orange wire
2 Green wire

3 White wire/green stripe (white-green)
3 White wire/orange stripe (white-orange)

4 Blue wire
4 Blue wire

5 White wire/blue stripe (white-blue)
5 White wire/blue stripe (white-blue)

6 Green wire
6 Orange wire

7 White wire/brown stripe (white-brown)
7 White wire/brown stripe (white-brown)

8 Brown wire
8 Brown wire