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[Solved] OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug

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  • Level 4  
    Good morning,

    I have a question - I have OSPEL network sockets to build - these are in the rooms, but at the ends of these wires no more sockets are planned but only RJ45 terminals connected directly to ROUTER. Sockets can be made in standard A or B, ok, but how do you make a plug at the end of this cable? In a situation in which I made according to advice from the net, there is no communication - I am asking for advice.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    in the same standard as the cable wires in the socket are tight.
    Give pictures of plugs and sockets (from the inside with the colors of the wires)
  • Level 37  
    JJS_83 wrote:
    In a situation in which I made according to advice from the net, there is no communication - I am asking for advice.

    The standard used is a secondary matter. What did you clamp those plugs with? Remember that there are plugs for wire and wire, and they are different (they have a different number of teeth in the pin that break into the wire of the wire). The plug should be chosen for the type of cable people forget about it and especially the seller in the store. The crimper can also be the wrong culprit or something.
  • Level 4  
    E8600 wrote:
    JJS_83 wrote:
    In a situation in which I made according to advice from the net, there is no communication - I am asking for advice.

    The standard used is a secondary matter. What did you clamp those plugs with? Remember that there are plugs for wire and wire, and they are different (they have a different number of teeth in the pin that break into the wire of the wire). The plug should be chosen for the type of cable people forget about it and especially the seller in the store. The crimper can also be the wrong culprit or something.


    I clamped with pliers for plugs. I must admit that I do not know which cables I laid - they were a bit of recovery, just before plastering I wanted to add something and put the LAN to 3 rooms - everything comes together in one.

    Ok, tomorrow I'll take a photo of plugs and sockets - in the socket I have already disconnected the cables, so I want to fasten it again as necessary.
  • Level 43  
    JJS_83 wrote:
    I must admit that I do not know which cables I laid - they were a bit recoverable

    Take a picture of the cable itself with visible "wires" - these "wires" should be twisted in pairs (full color and white / full color).
  • Level 4  
    KOCUREK1970 wrote:
    JJS_83 wrote:
    I must admit that I do not know which cables I laid - they were a bit recoverable

    Take a picture of the cable itself with visible "wires" - these "wires" should be twisted in pairs (full color and white / full color).


    Gentlemen, writing that I do not know which cable I put down does not mean that I did not lay down LANs :) I'm sure, I do not know what class they are.
    I post photos - I have two types of sockets that earn money differently, I also put a second end OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug OSPEL LAN socket - RJ45 plug cable with ear plug - please help me how to stick it to work.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    RJ-45 is rather ok, but this pasta on the sockets is poor, the colors are hard to see, are these veins at all stick? It can be tightened with the LSA knife.
    The tips should be trimmed and not stick out so you have to correct it. Normal LED tester for PLN 15 to check for continuity.
  • Level 30  
    JJS_83 wrote:
    Sockets can be made in standard A or B, ok, but how do you make a plug at the end of this cable?

    The plugin you have earned in "B" or the sockets must also be in B
  • Level 27  
    Before I bought a Krone knife, I first bound the ends of the wires because they were not always pierced when crimping on the socket. Maybe you have a problem here. Have you tested the tester connection?
  • Level 43  
    JJS_83 wrote:
    writing that I do not know which cables I put down does not mean that I did not lay down LANs, I am sure

    But what you had exactly meant, you only knew - we rely on the written word.
    As for these connections - I'm not convinced of their effectiveness - I want to improve everything.
  • Level 4  
    djlukas wrote:
    Before I bought a Krone knife, I first bound the ends of the wires because they were not always pierced when crimping on the socket. Maybe you have a problem here. Have you tested the tester connection?


    No, I have not tested, I do not have such devices. Improving the connection, I will earn a B socket and see what happens :)
  • Level 4  
    The finale is like this - 99% damage to the pipe at the installation stage before the plaster - let it be a lesson for everyone - under the plaster we give new cables ...
  • Level 37  
    I do not know if it has already been mentioned, but for neta speeds up to 100 MBit, 4 wires with 8 strands of twisted pair are enough. I do not know what friend does the internet have? You just need to check which wires are ok and use them and not go with the A or B color scheme.