WIRING HOUSE CAT6A
New wiring in house - Cat6a? | AnandTech Forums
Oct 31, 2017CAT6a is fairly future proof, or CAT7 if you really need 40gbps+. For now the 1gbps NIC on the FiOS ONT, your router, switches, and 1gbps NICs on your client devices will be your bottlenecks. In 5+ years when 10gbps NICs, switches, and routers
Network grounding? Shielded Cat6A disscusso | [H]ard|Forum
Mar 08, 2013So I'm wiring my house up soon and decided on doing a lil' future proofing by going with Cat6A cabling. The particular cable I've chosen is shielded and will have to grounded out somehow in order for the shielding to be effective. I've found a inexpensive "blank" keystone shielded patch..
Cat6a Shielded vs. Unshielded: Which Is Better? | FS Community
Cat6a (Category 6a) cable is one of the latest iteration of Gigabit Ethernet cabling, which is designed as an upgraded version of Cat6 cable. Cat6a is capable of supporting data transfer rates of up to 10Gbps at a maximum bandwidth of 500MHz. And it also has additional and tighter twists, with additional insulation to reduce cross talk.
futureproofing house wiring.. CAT8 or.? | ServeTheHome
Nov 26, 2017Just use plain CAT-7 cable for the walls and CAT6A for patch panels and sockets - 10Gbit/s right now - 25/40GBase-T for the future.. If you have a server room / office you can prepare a direct fiber connection for cheap server<->storage-Connection. I am building a house
4 Simple Reasons Why Choosing CAT 7 Cable Really Pays Off
The average house will usually require at least 750 metres / 2500ft of cable, which is three boxes of cable. That works out at a £60 / $ 74 difference between the average CAT 6 price and the CAT 7 not as bad as perhaps as it first appears, especially when you consider the costs involved in the grand scheme of building a house.