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1000' Monoprice Cat6 Solid 550MHz 23AWG Pure Bare Copper Wire Ethernet Cable EXPIRED

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Monoprice has 1000' Monoprice Cat6 Solid 550MHz 23AWG Pure Bare Copper Wire Ethernet Bulk Cable (Various Colors) on sale for $84.99 when you apply promo code CAT6BULK in your cart. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • 1 Gigabit at 23AWG tested up to 550MHz bandwidth
  • Tangle and twist-free packaging
  • Rip cord for easy cable stripping
  • UL Certified
  • CMR Riser Rated with pure copper solid conductors
  • Spine for added strength and to help ensure a clean signal
  • Lifetime Warranty
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ozdarkhorse asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 09:31 AM
07-30-2021 at 09:31 AM
Yes, this is exactly how this wire should be used. Punch down to jacks or patch panels on both ends and connect to your equipment with patch cords.
PowerfulCrib7929 asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 09:43 AM
08-05-2021 at 07:35 AM
Yes. Cat 6 is good for 10G for runs shorter than 150-ft. If you have to span a longer distance, you need Cat 6a.

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Cause wifi sucks.
Solid copper wires vs CCA (copper clad aluminum)
Shows my ignorance. I wasn't aware that cmr was a higher level than cl2. Thanks.

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Does Monoprice not carry CL2 cabling? Don't think this is much use for most people in their house without it being rated for in wall use.
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Does Monoprice not carry CL2 cabling? Don't think this is much use for most people in their house without it being rated for in wall use.
It says it's CMR rated, why wouldn't it be safe for in wall use?
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It says it's CMR rated, why wouldn't it be safe for in wall use?
Shows my ignorance. I wasn't aware that cmr was a higher level than cl2. Thanks.
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Nice price, and good cable. Unfortunely I need blue plenum right now.
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If you are looking for Shielded, it is an extra $100 (unless there is a discount).
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Same price from 2010 great deal
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Perfect, I can run this thing to all my neighbors and we will all have a single bill Wink
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So networking beginner here; How does this differ from this stuff which looks like it's always $60 for 1000/ft?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QJGG...UTF8&psc=1
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So networking beginner here; How does this differ from this stuff which looks like it's always $60 for 1000/ft?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QJGG...UTF8&psc=1
Solid copper wires vs CCA (copper clad aluminum)
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So networking beginner here; How does this differ from this stuff which looks like it's always $60 for 1000/ft?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QJGG...UTF8&psc=1
Your link is CCA cable, aka copper cladded aluminum, which comes with a plethora of issues and is inferior to this product.
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Thank you both for your replies. Makes good sense
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The amazon cable is CCA (copper clad aluminum), which is less desirable than this pure copper wire in the Monoprice cable. I also don't see that the cable is rated on the Amazon link. Lastly, the reviews for that Amazon cable arent looking so hot. I think you could get away with the cheaper cable and be fine for a standard home network, but i wouldn't want to use that for anything i needed to be reliable. Installing cable sucks enough on its own, let alone running it a second time while trying to troubleshoot a bad run.
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