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Category-5 cable (or Cat-5 cable) is the most common type of cord used for wiring computers together in a network. While Cat-5 cables are readily available in various finished lengths, cutting and crimping your own is a far more cost-effective method for wiring together large networks.
How To Wire Your House with Cat5e or Cat6 Ethernet Cable Here's a step-by-step guide to wiring your home with Cat5e or Cat6 ethernet cable. You can use the punch down tool or a small
instead of buying 100ft or 50ft of cable and then tucking the extra somewhere i bought this roll and cut it to the exact length i wanted it to be. comes with the tool that is needed and with some ethernet connectors (ends), diagram can be pulled online for the wire color order.
To do this the cables must be heavily shielded and large cable jackets must be used. Standard connectors will simply not fit these larger cables so specialty connectors and crimp tools must be used instead. Steps. Start with clean hands, cable, parts, tools to avoid electrical irregularities in the finished product. Put a boot on the cable for
Cat5 has become obsolete in recent years, due to its limitations compared to Cat5E and Cat6 cables. Although the Cat5 cable can handle up to 10/100 Mbps at a 100MHz bandwidth (which was once considered quite efficient), the newer versions of Cat cables are significantly faster.