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What is a loopback jack?

What is a loopback jack? Find out from our infrastructure and project management expert, Carrie Higbie, in this response.

What is a loopback jack?
This is simply a jack that has the transmit and receive pairs in a loop so that the port can see if it is communicating without needing another device on the other side.
This was first published in January 2006

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