Hi guys, I'm trying to setup a home wired network (having given up wireless, for gaming and uploading at least, because of the slow speeds compared to wired). Anyways, I've done some reading up and it's not clear to me. Apparently, I've found out that there are two ways of wiring the sockets of cat 5e cables, one way for computer-to-computer and another for computer-rest of the network. Can anyone clarify this? Thanks.
TIA A1 and B1, similar to what you linked, the only difference is green, brown, and the relevant whites are switched. A crossover cable flips a few pins' positions in the cable, you don't need that, you'll need a switch in your patch closet with a patch panel.