We switched to VoIP in our office so we no longer need a RJ11 jack in each office. I noticed the RJ11 phone lines were run with cat 5 cable. Therefore, I am attemtping to convert the RJ11 to RJ45. ...
We are planning to switch offices where each desk has a RJ45 plug, but we need to make sure the LAN works properly before making the step. There is no access to the internet, all there is is a switch ...
So bare with me, as I have a very limited knowledge of electronics. I cut an old USB cable and tinned the wires so I can test them. I know on a USB cable the red and black wires are 5V and ground. ...
I'm currently trying to find if there's a way to do network cable testing (drops) software wise. I know that the cable can be in 4 states : 1) working 2)slightly damaged 3 )damaged 4)unplugged. ...
I have bought a network cable tester and in the manual it said that all lights from 1-8-G should light up in sequence. However I get only 8 without G, although the cable is in working condition. Here ...
This is the tester that i have: It says that besides RJ45, BNC and USB it can test RJ11. The problem is that nothing happens when i test RJ11s in RJ45 input. Here is the video Somehow RJ11 worked ...