Which category of copper cable was first to support 100 megabit Ethernet networks?
Have you ever seen the wiring closet of a relatively large network? It’s a mix of cables, punch-down blocks, and patch panels. In this video, you’ll learn about those wiring distribution technologies and how to verify the wiring installation and termination of your network infrastructure.
What’s the difference between 568A and 568B? How can I tell if a cable is a straight-through, cross-over, or rollover? In this video, we’ll look at the wiring standards that you’ll need to know when working with today’s modern networks.
A typical cabling infrastructure might be a mixture of many different copper and fiber technologies. In this video, we’ll show you the difference between different twisted pair categories, compare multi-mode with single-mode fiber, and discuss important considerations when wiring inside the ceilings and walls of your building.