I know of the regular crossover/straight-through assembly. But assuming all the cables are rearranged in order that the cables end up at the same pins but are of different color, what happens?
Here's my problem: I have self-assembled Cat5e cables wired in a house and the guy who assembled thought it wouldn't matter as long as the cable have the same coloring on each side of the cable. After thinking for a bit I am still wondering why the cables max out at around 90 Mbit/s.
thanks for the responses! I compared a few of the cables, most of the are arranged as followed: orange striped, orange, blue striped, blue, green striped, green, brown striped, brown so the only difference to the T568B-standard I see are that the solid green and the solid blue are switched.