I have a 2002 built house with CAT5e wire and CAT5e RJ-45 jacks for Telecom wiring. I do not use land line telephone (been on Cell only for almost 10 years), so decided to convert the telecom to network standard Ethernet. I purchased a CAT6 compliant punch down block (plan to some expansion) and punched down all the wires to 568b (not 568a) spec. When I did a simple continuity test, it looks like all my lines are crossed over, that is the light was not in sequence but jumped all over. Should the output be in same sequence to input (1 to 8 in order)? Are Telecom jacks wired to 568a spec? Or did the installer not care and punched down wires without care? (jack is cat5e, but has no labeling). Did I royally fark up? (I do have some network training, just no experiance).