How to make Step By Step Making Crossover Cable,
What you need to make Crossover Cable
Cable - Be sure the cable(s) you are using is properly rated for CAT 5. It should state clearly on the jacket of the cable, what it is rated at. One option that you have when selecting your cable is to use a pre-made normal 'straight through' cable, and simply whack off one of the ends, and replace with a new "Crossed Over" end. For the purpose of this article, though, we aren't going to go that route. We are going to make the whole thing from scratch - using bulk CAT 5 cable.
An Ethernet crossover cable is a kind of Ethernet cable utilised to connect computing products collectively directly wherever they would normally be connected through a network switch, hub or router, such as straight connecting two personal computers by means of their network interface controllers.
Owing for the inclusion of automated MDI/MDI-X configuration ability in many modern Ethernet machines, use of crossover cables is typically only necessary in older network installations.
Ethernet Cable Pinout .CAT-5 Ethernet Cable Standards & Pin-out Assignments
Industry Standard CAT-5 Pin-out Assignment
Trango Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Pin-out Assignment
Trango Cable: CBLDAT-1 Pin-out Assignment
How to Wire Your Own Cables
Industry Standard CAT-5 Pin-out
The images below depict the cable pin-outs for straight-through and cross-over Cat-5 Ethernet cables that conform to EIA/TIA industry standard for 568 A and B. IF the first and second pin are orange, the cable is 568B. If the first and second pins are green, the cable is 568A. If one end of the cable is A and the other end is B then you now have a cross-over.