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  Reply # 1104542 8-Aug-2014 02:02
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dcole13: I have heard that Cat5e can do 10 Gigabit, is this true?


Maybe over a very short distance.  Cat6 has more twists, better pair separation, and heavier copper.  So it is really quite different electrically at those high frequencies.


Plus that long shaft in the middle :)

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Not sure if sex joke or just saying that

Also, Tim what do you do at voda?


He gets JohnR's Coffee.



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  Reply # 1104571 8-Aug-2014 07:58
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dcole13:
TimA:
ubergeeknz:
dcole13: I have heard that Cat5e can do 10 Gigabit, is this true?


Maybe over a very short distance.  Cat6 has more twists, better pair separation, and heavier copper.  So it is really quite different electrically at those high frequencies.


Plus that long shaft in the middle :)

(Core/Separator)

Not sure if sex joke or just saying that

Also, Tim what do you do at voda?


He gets JohnR's Coffee.
while taking joyrides in John's black voda helicopter?




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  Reply # 1104585 8-Aug-2014 08:33
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Anyone know where to get RJ45 keystones? Doesn't need to be 10gbps as that's a future upgrade




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  Reply # 1104598 8-Aug-2014 09:06
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dcole13: Anyone know where to get RJ45 keystones? Doesn't need to be 10gbps as that's a future upgrade


Have you got a JA Russell nearby even corys or ideal electrical have them.

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dcole13:
TimA:
ubergeeknz:
dcole13: I have heard that Cat5e can do 10 Gigabit, is this true?


Maybe over a very short distance.  Cat6 has more twists, better pair separation, and heavier copper.  So it is really quite different electrically at those high frequencies.


Plus that long shaft in the middle :)

(Core/Separator)

Not sure if sex joke or just saying that

Also, Tim what do you do at voda?


Time is employed specifically at VF to troll posts on Geekzone. He also sometimes out of his own good will helps the odd customer with their Fixed Line and Broadband issues wink

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dcole13: Anyone know where to get RJ45 keystones? Doesn't need to be 10gbps as that's a future upgrade


http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?p=search&sf=cat6+keystone



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dcole13: Anyone know where to get RJ45 keystones? Doesn't need to be 10gbps as that's a future upgrade


Have you got a JA Russell nearby even corys or ideal electrical have them.

Yeah we have J A russell account, but they are still quite expensive, is there any rules about getting them from places in Asia?




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dcole13: Anyone know where to get RJ45 keystones? Doesn't need to be 10gbps as that's a future upgrade


http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?p=search&sf=cat6+keystone

That's pretty good, might look at getting then.




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Guys. Hard question. What color cable should I get? I'm thinking red so when I make patch cables I can distinguish between cat5e and cat6. Thoughts?




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dcole13: Anyone know where to get RJ45 keystones? Doesn't need to be 10gbps as that's a future upgrade


I've seen them in 2nd hand building supplies shops. Where are you located?




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dcole13: Anyone know where to get RJ45 keystones? Doesn't need to be 10gbps as that's a future upgrade


I've seen them in 2nd hand building supplies shops. Where are you located?

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Ok, there should be heaps of such businesses located in Aucks.




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dcole13: Guys. Hard question. What color cable should I get? I'm thinking red so when I make patch cables I can distinguish between cat5e and cat6. Thoughts?


My thoughts are you are seriosuly over thinking this lol...

Seriously don't waste your time making patch cords. Just buy pretty colour ones and then you have the choice of like 10 colours!

The way we do things (and how the MoE do it) is this...
Red - Servers
Yellow - Uplink
Blue - Data
White - Wireless AP's

Then we normally just use beige or grey for any voice cabling.

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  Reply # 1104915 8-Aug-2014 14:56
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dcole13: Guys. Hard question. What color cable should I get? I'm thinking red so when I make patch cables I can distinguish between cat5e and cat6. Thoughts?


My thoughts are you are seriosuly over thinking this lol...

Seriously don't waste your time making patch cords. Just buy pretty colour ones and then you have the choice of like 10 colours!

The way we do things (and how the MoE do it) is this...
Red - Servers
Yellow - Uplink
Blue - Data
White - Wireless AP's

Then we normally just use beige or grey for any voice cabling.


I would but really I have a load of Cat5e and it would be cheaper for me to just make my own, it doesn't take that long to make one and I would feel better.


Also, would these be okay to use?
http://www.dx.com/p/g-6-abs-cat6-network-module-w-panel-white-296741#.U-QkxmguAm9




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