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  Reply # 1098476 30-Jul-2014 11:18
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Thanks. Fixed :)





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  Reply # 1098483 30-Jul-2014 11:25
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I had 4x Cat 5 cables @ 10M runs, then I changed all that for cat 6A, I have to say I have actually noticed a speed difference! people asked me why I would upgrade and now I wander why because there actually has been a difference.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1098570 30-Jul-2014 13:25
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Hello,

Have completed the runs last weekend and needed to redirect the cables from the top down instead of coming in from the side! DUH!


Approx 42 runs completed with 500m of cables!
2 runs from the services hole for phone & UFB to the patch panel. I was expected the building company to complete this but somehow got misconstrued that since i'm running all these data, i should know where they will terminate these services!
Lots of swearing later - they've completed this whilst the gibbing carries on from the top floor.

Next update will be when i can bolt the cabinet to the wall and start the cable lock down!

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  Reply # 1098574 30-Jul-2014 13:31
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edit:

I had 4x Cat 6 cables @ 10M runs, then I changed all that for cat 6A, I have to say I have actually noticed a speed difference! people asked me why I would upgrade and now I wander why because there actually has been a difference.

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  Reply # 1098671 30-Jul-2014 15:54
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DarthKermit:
mcraenz: How's it going? All done?


There's an error if you try the link to your blog.


works fine for me? ( win7 Chrome browser)

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  Reply # 1098721 30-Jul-2014 17:23
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Quibbler: edit:

I had 4x Cat 6 cables @ 10M runs, then I changed all that for cat 6A, I have to say I have actually noticed a speed difference! people asked me why I would upgrade and now I wander why because there actually has been a difference.


Did you notice a speed difference 'surfing the net' or 'over your network' between machines?




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  Reply # 1098722 30-Jul-2014 17:28
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Quibbler: edit:

I had 4x Cat 6 cables @ 10M runs, then I changed all that for cat 6A, I have to say I have actually noticed imagined a speed difference! people asked me why I would upgrade and now I wander why because there actually has been a difference.


There, fixed that for you ;-)





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  Reply # 1098724 30-Jul-2014 17:35
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overkill:
Quibbler: edit:

I had 4x Cat 6 cables @ 10M runs, then I changed all that for cat 6A, I have to say I have actually noticed a speed difference! people asked me why I would upgrade and now I wander why because there actually has been a difference.


Did you notice a speed difference 'surfing the net' or 'over your network' between machines?


Surfing the net :P

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  Reply # 1098727 30-Jul-2014 17:43
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Quibbler:
overkill:
Quibbler: edit:

I had 4x Cat 6 cables @ 10M runs, then I changed all that for cat 6A, I have to say I have actually noticed a speed difference! people asked me why I would upgrade and now I wander why because there actually has been a difference.


Did you notice a speed difference 'surfing the net' or 'over your network' between machines?


Surfing the net :P


Changing to 6A would not "speed" up your internet connection, could of been a faulty plug instead.




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  Reply # 1098729 30-Jul-2014 17:49
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overkill:
Quibbler:
overkill:
Quibbler: edit:

I had 4x Cat 6 cables @ 10M runs, then I changed all that for cat 6A, I have to say I have actually noticed a speed difference! people asked me why I would upgrade and now I wander why because there actually has been a difference.


Did you notice a speed difference 'surfing the net' or 'over your network' between machines?


Surfing the net :P


Changing to 6A would not "speed" up your internet connection, could of been a faulty plug instead.


That's what they all say but I beg to differ, it's 0.30MBps faster at times

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  Reply # 1098730 30-Jul-2014 17:56
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Quibbler:

That's what they all say but I beg to differ, it's 0.30MBps faster at times


'Nah Ya Dreamin Mate', won't make an ounce of difference unless you are running it next to 3-phase wiring, looped around a commercial transformer, then the last couple of meters over a dozen fluorescent lights.

What type if broadband are you using? ADSL, VDSL, Cable or Fiber.....





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  Reply # 1098731 30-Jul-2014 17:57
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overkill:
Quibbler:

That's what they all say but I beg to differ, it's 0.30MBps faster at times


'Nah Ya Dreamin Mate', won't make an ounce of difference unless you are running it next to 3-phase wiring, looped around a commercial transformer, then the last couple of meters over a dozen fluorescent lights.

What type if broadband are you using? ADSL, VDSL, Cable or Fiber.....



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