The telco drops off our service on a 66-block. We then have to cross connect to a Cat6 patch panel. This is a new issue. Normally, we would cross from the 66 to a 110. What is the best method of crossing between the 66 and a patch panel? Do we install a modular jack on the com-room wall? Do we take the cross connect wire and crimp it to an RJ45 cap? Do we cut open a patch cord and and Frankenstein a cable between? All of these will work but, what is the best practice?
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