How to configure Internet-outlet?


Do not judge strictly, do not ever have experience with the Internet outlets. It seems to be doing everything right, but there is no signal.

The challenge is how to organize the following circuit: switch — to-online-outlet — patch cord — computer.

In this example I drop the switch and try to build the following circuit, in order to check the correctness of my actions, as a result of a successful continuity tests with a multimeter:

Tester — twisted pair —online-outlet — patch cord tester

At the moment I have a signal on the tester is not displayed.

Apply image and how I did it:

Image 1
I outlined how I did the swage one end of the wire.

Image 2
I outlined how I got the wires into the connectors. Did using the tool for sealing and trimming twisted pair wire.

Image 3
I outlined how I compressed the other end of the wire.

Image 4
It looks like a chain. There is no signal. Include tester — zero response.
June 3rd 19 at 19:08
1 answer
June 3rd 19 at 19:10
The first pictures you color in the correct sequence, but the connector not that side planted: the latch connector should be on the bottom in this location. The rest of the pics of the bugs not see
That is why the tester is not showing me display? - Ada.Feest0 commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:13
don't know what you have there for the tester, but usually it's showing the wrong swage. On other pictures you have way too compressed error connectors - lucas.Hessel commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:16
Yes , thank you very much! Have pereonal now indication appeared. I hope that the Internet will appear! :) - Ada.Feest0 commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:19
this tester can not show "crossover", its maximum capacity is flashing in a different order, but this still needs to guess the operator :) - Lurline commented on June 3rd 19 at 19:22

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