The cable that connects to my rj45 only has 4 cables, blue, orange, blue stripe, orange stripe. When I connect them to their corresponding ports, there is no internet connection.(Blue = 4, Orange = 6, Blue stripe = 5, Orange stripe = 3) How can I connect them so that I get a connection? Any help would be appreciated.
Your cable is not a proper UTP network cable as defined by TIA/EIA 568. In fact, the pairs used by the 10Base-T (10 Mbps) and 100Base-TX (100 Mbps) ethernet are 1-2 and 3-6. The 1000Base-T (1 Gbps) standard requires all four pairs (wired as 1-2, 3-6, 4-5, 7-8).
You must use a TIA/EIA wiring standard, either TIA/EIA T568A (normally used for home networking) or TIA/EIA T568B (usually used in business networking). Either wiring standard will work, but you probably want the cable wired straight-through. You may need a crossover (one side T568A and the other T568B) under certain circumstances.
This is the TIA/EIA 568 wiring (for both A and B):
The bottom line is that your cable cannot be used for a network cable.
I finally got it to connect by following the 10BASE-T 100BASE-TX column that Ron posted. Blue strip 1, Blue 2, Orange Strip 3, Orange 6.