I have some stranded Cat6 UTP cable and want to use it to wire an Ethernet connection to a faceplate in a wall. Normally you use Solid rather than Stranded cable for this and I am concerned that the Jacks in the faceplate won't take the stranded cable or the connecting tools won't work properly.
Will it work? Or do I need to get special Jacks? Or is this just a big No No?
If I can't do this then could I just put RJ45 connectors on the end and use inline connectors?