Network Cabling

Last modified on July 19th, 2010 at 8:40 am


The cable is the important component that links all of our networked devices together, but it’s a critical link that’s often overlooked. In this video, we’ll learn the importance of plenum-rated cable, explore the differences between copper and fiber, and examine network cabling types such as RS-232, USB, and FireWire. We’ll also examine the most common network connector types and discuss some troubleshooting methods you can use to keep your network cabling working perfectly.

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  1. Bayo says:

    Thank you Professor Messer Good job.

  2. Anselmo Diaz says:

    My ‘packet received errors’ is showing high values.
    What does that exactly mean? How can I solve it?
    Cheers.

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