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How do you read the color code on the IDC connectors of the Cat 6 Patch Panels?

Issue:
Customers may question which color code instructions to follow, 568B vs. 568A. Or they may not understand how to read the color code.

Product Line:
Cables and Connectivity Solutions, Cat 6 Patch Panels

Environment:
All versions and serial ranges.

Cause:
The color code instructions may be confusing.

Resolution:
For high speed networking 568B is used almost universally.
If you need help determining how to terminate to the 568B or 568A color code please see the attached file.
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