ASTARO - Adding Win 2k3 as a Authentication server

Sunday, 26 February 2012 20:19

This article was originally found at "https://support.astaro.com/support/index.php/RADIUS". We have updated it, because the original was a little light on information, and is considered outdated now.

This was created in a hope that others can get more information, and not have to spend as much time as me, tracking down issues and piecing everything together (not being an expert on RADIUS Authentication)

Read more: ASTARO - Adding Win 2k3 as a Authentication server

 

RJ45 Cat 5 cable pin-outs

Monday, 05 January 2009 05:10

Ethernet RJ45 Socket 10baseT Colour Code

Pin No Description Colour
1_____TX +_______Orange/White
2_____TX -_______Orange
3_____RX +_______Green/White
4________________Blue
5________________Blue/White
6_____RX -_______Green
7________________Brown/White
8________________Brown
_________________________________

 

RJ45 Cross Over Cable 10baseT

RJ45 Male RJ45 Male
1__________3
2__________6
3__________1
6__________2
______________________________________

RJ45 100base-T4 Crossover male to male

Name______Pin__Pin__Name
TX_D1+____1____3____RX_D2+
TX_D1-____2____6____RX_D2-
RX_D2+____3____1____TX_D1+
RX_D2-____6____2____TX_D1-
BI_D3+____4____7____BI_D4+
BI_D3-____5____8____BI_D4-
BI_D4+____7____4____BI_D3+
BI_D4-____8____5____BI_D3

It's important that each pair is kept as a pair. TX+ & TX- must be in
the pair, and RX+ & RX- must together in another pair etc. (Just as
the table above shows).

 

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