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Post #166150870 added 10-03-2023 7:07 AM by BrightSink370 in Deal Talk
I'm aware. 15yrs of IT under my belt. The point is that the spec for Cat7 requires shielding, both of the individual pairs, and then all 4 pairs together. This cable doesn't have shielding yet...
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Post #166131367 added 10-02-2023 7:20 AM by VegaTheChosen in Deal Talk
I bought one of these last week, it's to run from my router which is located in my living room to my office which is roughly 15 feet away. This works and I'm happy to no longer be using a wifi dongle...
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Post #166127941 added 10-01-2023 10:35 PM by -bruce- in Deal Talk
Received my cables. Really a very nice cable for the price. Convenient to run around a room because it naturally wants to lay flat. If you're on the fence, go for it.
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Post #166106947 added 09-30-2023 5:31 PM by imCat in Deal Talk
Since there are a ton of networking people here. Recommend a good mesh system that wont break the bank?
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Post #166105402 added 09-30-2023 3:16 PM by TheBigCPabster in Deal Talk
Got these in they’re awesome cables for $3 each. Don’t care what the naysayers here say. I’ve used similar flat Ethernet all over apartments and houses, under rugs, around baseboards and so forth and...
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Post #166105207 added 09-30-2023 2:59 PM by FeistyHorn1871 in Deal Talk
Cat 7 isn’t an official ieee standard. It’s a good price but as it isn’t fully ratified you’re better off getting cat 6 or cat 6a
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Post #166081075 added 09-29-2023 3:29 AM by TexasLonghorns in Deal Talk
I opened it up and was greeted with 7-8 pages of super duper techies computer people jargon one upping each other with their awesome knowledge. Where's that meme of Leo DiCaprio smiling with a...
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Post #166074766 added 09-28-2023 4:35 PM by Azrael_the_Cat in Deal Talk
Sorry bro, I was speaking to the Cat 7 rating, presumption that it is too thin of wire, and the general use case of data rather than power, so my comment was directly relevant. You did speak about...
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Post #166074094 added 09-28-2023 3:50 PM by Tigerwang in Deal Talk
I prefer Cat 9 cables...
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Post #166071370 added 09-28-2023 1:00 PM by mat2000 in Deal Talk
actually, resistance and power are completely related .. so not certain why you're pulling up high speed impedance since I was talking about power .. update: What is the relationship between...
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Post #166068004 added 09-28-2023 9:57 AM by Redflyer in Deal Talk
Long ethernet or MOCA adapters?
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Post #166067257 added 09-28-2023 9:21 AM by RacerXXY in Deal Talk
Maybe, but the copper coated aluminum wire is not allowed to be used for POE applications. At least it is not allowed on any job site I have worked in.
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Post #166064989 added 09-28-2023 7:01 AM by Azrael_the_Cat in Deal Talk
For those complaining about CCA wire keep in mind the skin depth above 100MHz is around 5um or less. This is on the order of the copper thickness for 32awg wire. This means that the signal...
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Post #166059703 added 09-27-2023 7:58 PM by SteveS1022 in Deal Talk
I have a 100ft version of this type of cable that I used to run an access point over my back porch. I have injected POE into it. The rest of my network is wired with top tier Panduit cables. Haven't...
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Post #166057204 added 09-27-2023 5:20 PM by Azrael_the_Cat in Deal Talk
Resistance isn't very relevant for high speed impedance dominated wiring. What you really want to complain about is insertion loss.
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Post #166057078 added 09-27-2023 5:13 PM by Azrael_the_Cat in Deal Talk
You make flat twisted pair like this. ...
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Post #166051057 added 09-27-2023 11:24 AM by pony in Deal Talk
I keep hearing commenters mention "shielding". It might surprise you to know, 99% of people here have never seen, used, or owned a shielded ethernet cable of any kind. They are called "STP" or...
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Post #166049872 added 09-27-2023 10:19 AM by detail in Deal Talk
As a network engineer, it only matters depending on the run length to the switch.
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Post #166049839 added 09-27-2023 10:17 AM by detail in Deal Talk
Nevermind, I don't agree with his point for this use, but I understand his point.
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Post #166048411 added 09-27-2023 9:06 AM by RacerXXY in Deal Talk
I am pretty sure the point they were trying to make about using solid copper cabling is the cabling is pure copper and not copper coated aluminum cable that is the less expensive cable being sold on...
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