Re: Copper UTP SHEATH Cables Colours Standard coding
I have never heard of one. Each company seems to have their own rules.
I would suggest using very different colors for each rule. For example, if you use light blue for straight-through on a public segment, then use red for crossovers instead of say, green. It's much easier to see.
I also have a preference for the neon style colors, instead of the darker ones. They seem easier to trace in dark cabinets/racks.
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