Presentation on theme: "How to Make a Straight- through Cable. After completing this lesson, you will be able to create a functioning straight-through cable."— Presentation transcript:
How to Make a Straight- through Cable
After completing this lesson, you will be able to create a functioning straight-through cable.
Strip the Wire Coating First strip about an inch and ½ of the plastic coating from the end of the UTP media. Do this carefully so you dont cut any of the copper wires in the cable.
What not to do? This is why they invented wire cutters.
Untwist and Straighten the Wires After removing a portion of the coating, untwist each wire from its partner and straighten them out.
Order the Wires for Placement in the RJ-45 Connector. White Orange Orange White green Blue White blue Green White brown brown Place the wires in the following order, starting from left and going right, and then trim them with the wire cutter before placing them in the RJ-45 connector.
Crimping Next, insert the wires neatly into the RJ-45. Then crimp the wires tight. Using the crimping tool But not that tight
Repeat the procedure on the opposite end of the cable.
Testing your cable Take your cable to Mr. Wright to see if it passes.
Congratulations You just made your first cable! END SHOW SEE AGAIN