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RJ-45 pin numbering

   

 

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:



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) 

 


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



B700 Cable Pinouts


BRI Pinouts (same cable is used for both NT and TE modes)

 TE MODE  
PinB700 SidePort NPort N+1
1N+1 TX+  
2N+1 RX+  
3N TX+TX+TX+
4N RX+RX+RX+
5N RX-RX-RX-
6N TX-TX-TX-
7N+1 RX-  
8N+1 TX-  

NT MODE

PinB700 SidePort NPort N+1
1N+1 RX+

2N+1 TX+

3N RX+RX+RX+
4N TX+TX+TX+
5N TX-TX-TX-
6N RX-RX-RX-
7N+1 TX-

8N+1 RX-

Analog

PinB700 SidePort NPort N+1
1-  
2Ring N+1  
3Ring NRingRing
4Tip NTipTip
5Tip N+1  
6-  

How to Connect Lines to the A500


  

T116 Connector Pinouts

The T116 has 4 ports per physical ports on the card. This diagram shows how ports 1-4 are in the first physical port, ports 5-8 on the second physical port and so on.

As shown in the diagram above, the T116 has 16 ports which are placed within only 4 Physical ports. This can be achieved because each port only needs to receive data, therefore only a RxRing and RxTip is required for each port. The TxRing and TxTip are not needed since the card will not be transmitting any data. The pinout for each physical port is shown below:

PinPhysical Port 1Physical Port 2Physical Port 3Physical Port 4
1RxRing - Port 1RxRing - Port 5RxRing - Port 9RxRing - Port 13
2RxTip - Port 1RxTip - Port 5RxTip - Port 9RxTip - Port 13
3RxRing - Port 3RxRing - Port 7RxRing - Port 11RxRing - Port 15
4RxRing - Port 2RxRing - Port 6RxRing - Port 10RxRing - Port 14
5RxTip - Port 2RxTip - Port 6RxTip - Port 10RxTip - Port 14
6RxTip - Port 3RxTip - Port 7RxTip - Port 11RxTip - Port 15
7RxRing - Port 4RxRing - Port 8RxRing - Port 12RxRing - Port 16
8RxTip - Port 4RxTip - Port 8RxTip - Port 12RxTip - Port 16



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