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5-Pk 50' Monoprice SlimRun Cat6A RJ45 30AWG Ethernet Patch Cables (Multi-Color) Expired

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Monoprice has 5-Pack 50' Monoprice SlimRun Cat6A RJ45 30AWG Snagless Ethernet Patch Cables (Multi-Color) on sale for $13.54 when you apply coupon code EXTRA at checkout. Shipping is free.

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Ethernet is critical for business use. Printers have to be up 100%. CC terminals. VoIP phone lines, servers, etc. Wireless is fine for home use or wherever 100% up time is unnecessary, but not so in business.
Do a speed test comparing wifi vs LAN.
In my case, I have google fiber at home, getting 240Mbps on wifi and about 940Mbps on Ethernet using a cat5e cable connected to a 20$ switch.
It's always best to have wired network where it permits for stability and speed compared to wireless network.

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teethdood
03-24-2023 at 11:36 AM.
03-24-2023 at 11:36 AM.
Quote from NervousBoundary652 :
That's a super good deal.... sadly I can't think of a single use for it in 2023... everything is wireless now. I guess some people might still need hardlines....
Ethernet is critical for business use. Printers have to be up 100%. CC terminals. VoIP phone lines, servers, etc. Wireless is fine for home use or wherever 100% up time is unnecessary, but not so in business.
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03-24-2023 at 11:42 AM.
03-24-2023 at 11:42 AM.
Quote from NervousBoundary652 :
That's a super good deal.... sadly I can't think of a single use for it in 2023... everything is wireless now. I guess some people might still need hardlines....

It's always best to have wired network where it permits for stability and speed compared to wireless network.
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03-24-2023 at 12:19 PM.
03-24-2023 at 12:19 PM.
Quote from NervousBoundary652 :
That's a super good deal.... sadly I can't think of a single use for it in 2023... everything is wireless now. I guess some people might still need hardlines....
Do a speed test comparing wifi vs LAN.
In my case, I have google fiber at home, getting 240Mbps on wifi and about 940Mbps on Ethernet using a cat5e cable connected to a 20$ switch.
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03-24-2023 at 01:11 PM.
03-24-2023 at 01:11 PM.
If these were all white, I would buy them. I use 3 50 foot cat5e cables to connect to my computers which are not in the same room as my router.
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kungFu-master
03-24-2023 at 01:59 PM.
03-24-2023 at 01:59 PM.
These are 30AWG vs. the 24AWG for Regular cat6a - so use with caution on longer lengths. For 10-15Ft these slimruns are preferred. And I've not done a weight test with either one to see which one is strongest to pull inside a home. Some slimruns are 28AWG - but this one is 30AWG - so even thinner and weaker, lighter - but works for same room connectivity and easier to hide.
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03-24-2023 at 02:23 PM.
03-24-2023 at 02:23 PM.
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These are 28 Gauge vs. the 24 Gauge for Regular cat6a - so use with caution on longer lengths. For 10-15Ft these slimruns are preferred. And I've not done a weight test with either one to see which one is strongest to pull inside a home.
Probably also questionable for POE devices