I am having an issue with creating some wallports for an office.
Basic Outlay. For now There is a Netgear Hub that has a Link to a T1. I am running cable through the office. So it will be PC -->Wallport, then On the other end of the wallport, a Male RJ-45 to the Hub.
Once the Network is Moved, it will be PC-->Wallport-->Router-->Hotbrick Firewall-->T1 (Basically the Internet will be going into the Firewall as well as the Router with all the users connections.
I have been trying both A and B standards, and even made the Male Plugs both A format, B format. I did the punch down and used this:to test the cable (I basically plugged the Male end to the top, and plugged a small cable into the jack and the other end of that cable to the Remote Side. I tested the small cable. I even purposely made a cross over so it would register as a cross over (it did), I even tested with a "Bad" Cable (pair 3/4 would not light up)
Tester says all green on the Jacks and Plugs I made, but when I plug my laptop to the jack, nothing is going through. I tried both XO and ST cables. On both A and B Standards. Nothing. I plugged straight into the T1 and then to the Hub without any problems. Any suggestions?