I installed a bunch of Lexcom Cat7 cable into my house a while back when doing some renovations and now want to connect some of it up. I've decided against using Lexcom components due to price, inflexibility of modules available and lack of info for DIYers. I recall someone on the list a while back saying they used Lexcom cable to wire an otherwise conventional structured network and just wondered what the best approach is to wire the cable to Cat6A spec. What wiring scheme should be used? Does the colour coding on the Lexcom wiring map to wiring standards and if not what's the best mapping to use? Finally, any recommendations on the type of RJ-45 plug to connect. I was looking at the bog standard Cat 6 RJ-45 8P8C Modular Plug (Rounded Solid) - 50 micron product from CablesDirect - will that suffice.
The Cat7 spec says "Category 7 is terminated with RJ-45 compatible GG45 connectors or TERA connectors, and it is rated for transmission frequencies up to 600 MHz" but I take it lower spec connectors can be used to get Cat6 results.
Full RJ-45 list at: http://www.cablesdirect.co.nz/catalog/search?quickfind_needle=rj45%20plug%20solid%20round
Thanks in advance,