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 What is the difference between a yellow and blue ethernet cable?

Answer There's usually no difference, people just make the insulation in different colours. Sometimes there will be significance, like yellow for crossover and pale blue for rollover (Cisco style), I've ... Read More »
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Is there any difference between yellow ethernet cables and navy blue ethernet cables?

The color of the ethernet cable means nothing at all.There are different types of ethernet cables. Crossover, straight through, cat 5, cat 6 and so on, but again the color means nothing...
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What ethernet cable is used to connect a device to a Ethernet crossover cable switch?

Your question makes no sense.There are patch cables (normal ethernet cables) and cross-over cables where the Rx pair at one end are connected to the Tx pair at the other.
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