Last post I talked about how to terminate to Modular Jack, it was not hard at all right? There are also modular jacks type that are toolless.
The toolless jacks allow you to terminate UTP cable without the punch down impact tool, though you still have to use cable stripper and scissor, so they're not exactly toolless.
The one that I once tried using before was the one from AMP, lets see if they really cut down the time in terminating the cables.
The tools you need is exactly the same when terminating to regular jacks, but you can exclude the punch down impact tool and add a cutting tools like scissor or cutter.
Here are the steps:
Still same with the regular jacks, strip the cable jacket and untwist the cables.
Insert the cables to the holes according to the color codes printed on the jack
Make sure you cut them in even length.
Close the cover using your hand, this is quite hard, just close it until you're sure it's firmly closed, and attach the jack to the wall face plate.