Nasser Heidari

2009-04-29

Cable Pin-Outs

Filed under: Cisco,Networking — Nasser Heidari @ 06:20

http://wiki.sangoma.com/Cablepinouts

RJ-45 pin numbering
RJ-45 Pin Count

Hook is underneath.


T1 – RJ-45 Pin-outs (For A101/A102/A104)

1 -> RRING
2 -> RTIP
4 -> TRING
5 -> TTIP
If you are connecting the card to a smart jack (incoming line from Telco), then you need a straight T1/E1 Cable, which is identical to a straight Ethernet cable.

T1/E1 cross-over cable
If you are doing a back-to-back configuration, or connecting the card to another PBX or channel bank, then you need a cross-T1/E1 cable with the following pin-outs:

1 <-> 4
2 <-> 5
4 <-> 1
5 <-> 2


Pin-outs for T1/E1/J1 the loopback cable:
1<->4
2<->5


A108 “Y” Cable Pin-outs

Y Cable for A108 to 2 separate T1/E1 (straight). This is to connect the A108 against lines from the Telco.
A = port N; B = port N + 4
1 <-> 1A
2 <-> 2A
3 <-> 1B
4 <-> 4A
5 <-> 5A
6 <-> 2B
7 <-> 4B
8 <-> 5B

Y Cable for A108 to 2 separate T1/E1 (cross). This is to connect the A108 against another T1/E1 card.
A = port N; B = port N + 4
1 <-> 4A
2 <-> 5A
3 <-> 4B
4 <-> 1A
5 <-> 2A
6 <-> 5B
7 <-> 1B
8 <-> 2B

A108 to A108 (cross). This is to connect two A108s in a back-to-back configuration.
1 <-> 4
2 <-> 5
3 <-> 7
4 <-> 1
5 <-> 2
6 <-> 8
7 <-> 3
8 <-> 6


T1-E1 Tap pin-outs (Datascope)
Sangoma Tap.jpg


Analog lines color code (for Sangoma A400)

Port Number Wire color (Ring/Tip)
1 Blue-White/White-Blue
2 Orange-White/White-Orange
3 Green-White/White-Green
4 Brown-White/White-Brown
5 Slate-White/White-Slate
6 Blue-Red/Red-Blue
7 Orange-Red/Red-Orange
8 Red-Green/Green-Red
9 Brown-Red/Red-Brown
10 Slate-Red/Red-Slate
11 Blue-Black/Black-Blue
12 Orange-Black/Black-Orange


S514-56 and A056K cable pin-outs

Cross-over cable:

If you are doing a back-to-back configuration, then you need a cross-over cable with the following pin-outs:
1 <-> 7
2 <-> 8
3 <-> 6
4 <-> 5
5 <-> 4
6 <-> 3
7 <-> 1
8 <-> 2

Loopback cable:

1 <-> 7
2 <-> 8
3 <-> 6
4 <-> 5


A500 Pin-outs

Connector Pin-out:

1-> Port N+1 TX+
2-> Port N+1 RX+
3-> Port N TX+
4-> Port N RX+
5-> Port N RX-
6-> Port N TX-
7-> Port N+1RX-
8-> Port N+1 TX-
A500 Loop Back Connector:
a500_loop_back.jpg
B700 Cable Pinouts
BRI Pinouts (same cable is used for both NT and TE modes)
TE MODE
Pin B700 Side Port N Port N+1
1 N+1 TX+
2 N+1 RX+
3 N TX+ TX+ TX+
4 N RX+ RX+ RX+
5 N RX- RX- RX-
6 N TX- TX- TX-
7 N+1 RX-
8 N+1 TX-
NT MODE
Pin B700 Side Port N Port N+1
1 N+1 RX+
2 N+1 TX+
3 N RX+ RX+ RX+
4 N TX+ TX+ TX+
5 N TX- TX- TX-
6 N RX- RX- RX-
7 N+1 TX-
8 N+1 RX-
Analog
Pin B700 Side Port N Port N+1
1
2 Ring N+1
3 Ring N Ring Ring
4 Tip N Tip Tip
5 Tip N+1
6

How to Connect Lines to the A500:
BRIDIAGRAM1.jpg
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