Question by <!=email@example.com_stop><!=fname>sachin<!=fname_end> <!=lname>sorate<!=lname_end> posted 04 Oct 2005
| RJ-11 & RJ-45|
|<!=question>is it possible to convert rj-11 signal to rj-45, if it's possible then how is this possible pls give me some information of that.|
can u give me brife details of rj-11 & rj-45 pins ,example which number of pins works for what perpose <!=question_end>
Answer by <!=answered>Joseph Golan<!=answered_end> posted 04 Oct 2005
This is not possible (see other answer)
RJ-11 is used primasrily for voice and is a 6 pin connector with the center two being the tip and ring of a voice line.
RJ-45 (Realy should be an 8 min modular jack with all pins connectorized in a T568A or T568B wiring scheme. For ethernet at either 10BaseT or 100BaseT, pins 1,2,3 & 6 are active, for 1000BaseT all pins are active.
Joseph Golan, RCDD
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