This section contains information on cabling, pin-outs and other wiring issues.
|FAQ||Who sets the standards for various wiring specs, Cat 2, 4 5 and 5e and all that jazz. RS232 and V.24, V.35 and DB25. And lots of other obscure stuff.|
|LAN Wiring||Pin-outs (crossed, straight), 10BaseT, 100BaseT, color coding. RJ45 - which way is UP!.|
|LAN & Phones||You can run LAN and Telephones on CAT 5(e) cables - BUT it will be non-standard and you may have problems in the future.|
|Troubleshoot||So its not working. You've just spent hours building your LAN set-up and nothing works. Nada. These notes may help.|
|Jacks 'n Stuff||Primer on Jacks, Modular connectors and all that jazz.|
|RS232/RS530||Pin-outs, DB25, DB9, V.35 (on DB25), RS530 (RS422/485), T1 and RJ45.|
|RS-XXX V.XX||A quick romp through the alphabet soup of EIA/TIA RS-XXX amd ITU V.XX standards.|
|Serial Primer||Signal/Pin Functions, Asynchronous, Synchronous and Bit-Synchronous systems. Balanced and unbalanced serial interfaces and electrical properties. Heavy stuff.|
|Telephone wiring||ISDN U and S/T wiring. Analog one day real soon™.|
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