I moved to a FTTH offer and now my local network is the bottleneck. 6 months ago, an electrician pulled a cable between the box and my office (less than 64 ft). On the cable it's written it's cat 6. ...
I have a 4-5 meter long UTP cable from my router to a wall socket (socket A) which works fine. Original setup: 4-5 meter cable Router ------------------- Socket A The ...
I've got in-wall CAT5 wiring in my house. The wall sockets were done by an electrician and the requirement was straight-through T-568B, but I think he got it wrong. When I use a cheap cable tester, I ...
I went to a computer store to buy a LAN(Ethernet) cable and they asked me whether I want to connect two PCs or a PC to a router. I used to do both using same cable and it worked for me till I lost the ...
In my line of work I recently encountered someone who had a DHCP problem, but only with certain hardware and only via certain cables. The cables that we found out caused the problems were in the walls ...
I want to know what is the correct name for the connector below as I have bought face plates but they didn't have these connectors with them so I want to purchase them. I can't find out where to get ...
I'm just wondering what the structure is here. Can an ethernet cable give link and seemingly work fine, but cause problems with DHCP traffic between two nodes? One part of me is thinking that link ...
I'm buying a house which I intend to live in for a couple of decades. The house is not complete yet, so now is a good time to specify modifications. It looks to me like it's worthwhile to wire the ...
I'm planning a switch from the spaghetti wiring of my current networking rack to an organized cut-to-length system. I'd really like to plan ahead as much as possible. The best way I can imagine doing ...