<hardware> A serial connector which looks very much like a standard telephone connector, except it houses eight wires instead of four.
RJ-45s are typically found on computers either integrated into the mother board or on a NIC
Because they are so small they are often used on devices such as terminal servers that have many ports.
) and Token Ring
sometimes use four wires of an RJ-45 plug, 100baseVG
uses all eight. 100BaseTX
uses the same four wires of the RJ-45 connector as 10baseT but the wire must be category 5
instead of category 3
[Would the cable normally be shielded twisted pair
or unshielded twisted pair