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27 January 2012

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Crossover cable that maps all output signals on one electrical connector to the input signals on the other connector, allowing two electronic devices to perform full-duplex communication. Most commonly, the term refers to the Ethernet crossover cable, but other cables follow the same principle. It also allows devices to communicate without a switch, hub, or router. Cross-Over cables are used to connect two computers directly through NICs without the use of a Hub or Switch or to uplink two or more hubs, switches or routers. The Pins of the RJ-45 Connectors at both ends of a cross-over cable are connected as follows:

Pin 1 ----------- Pin 3
Pin 2 ----------- Pin 6

*Crossover used to connect same devices.

Devices can be connected by Crossover:

- PC to PC

- Router to Router

- Switch to Switch

- Hub to Hub

- PC to Router

Straight-through cable is a type of twisted pair copper wire cable for local area network (LAN) use for which the RJ-45 connectors at each end have the same pinout (i.e., arrangement of conductors)

Straight-through cable is also commonly referred to as patch cable. However, this might be confusing in some situations because patch cable also has a broader definition that emphasizes the fact that there is a connector on each end rather than the equality (or lack thereof) of the pinouts.

Straight-through cable is used to connect computers and other end-user devices (e.g., printers) to networking devices such as hubs and switches. It can also be used to directly connect like devices (e.g., two hubs or two switches) if the cable is plugged into an uplink port on one (but not both) of the devices. Crossover cable is used to connect two like devices without the use of an uplink port.

Devices can be connected by Straight-through:
- PC to Switch

- PC to Hub

- Switch to Router

- Hub to Router

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