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OK here is the dumb question of the day.

QCBIX5A - enables a 5 to 1 bridge connection.

I have a radio connection (A) - want to bridge it to two different logging devices (B & C)

I want to use a QCBIX5A - would all three pairs get punched down beside each other on the front or should the A pair get punched down on the back of the wafer and the B & C pairs get punched down on the front of the wafer?



Typically cables are punch onto the back of a BIX1A and the feed to the back of a 5A or 7A. Then you cross connect from the the 5A front to the cables on the 1A. If you need more than 5 connections you can bridge the 5A sections together on the back.

Marv ccna

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