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Gigabit Ethernet is achievable on a cat. 5e network. Without any problems (I have seen it run on cat 5 as well). This behaviour is most probably caused by a breach in some of your pairs. That's why auto-negotiation falls back to 100BaseT
You need a switch in your bedroom. Switches at Amazon A switch will allow you to use full network bandwidth when you are the only one using the bedroom Ethernet run. But you will still be sharing Internet bandwidth with all users connected to the network. If another person adds a device to that switch then the bandwidth will be shared. You will hardly ...
I can confirm that this will work. I've seen this implemented in enterprise environments with cubicles that weren't originally built out with dual data drops in each pod, but had the requirement introduced due to VOIP upgrades. Given how sensitive VOIP can be, and that no issues were present with this solution, I have no reservation in recommending it for ...
Quick Brainstorm (partially backed by previous epxerience): Microdish communication Site-Site VPN over Fibre Internet Cat6/Fibreunderground or overground (subject to permission) high powered WiFi Repeater I once worked for a college who got permission to use a streetlight for a wireless repeater between buildings that were a few hundred feet apart on the ...
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