You have many options for cables and patch panels. Probably one for every situation that we can think of :) Here are the parts you would need to connect to a 24 port, rack mounted Patch Panel (without needing to terminate the cable with Bix or 110 connecting tools on terminating blocks). The Stonewall Cable website appears to be down today but is usually a great source. If you just Google "Cisco RJ21 Cables" you will get lots of hits :)
Yesterday Customer called me telling that port №16 on one of two panels doesn't work. I was surprised because at the moment of installation all ports worked normally. We tested them. So we came to site, tested port, it hadn't been worked.
We moved out panel cutting cabel ties and restitched contact to port №16 with a special tool. The port bacame working! We have moved it back on place and pulled RJ21 using cable ties like before.
Contact pair of wires appropriating to port №16 have been displaced, losing the Rx/Tx ability.
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