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I need networking cables, which cables are best for use.

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    davidcameron Apr 08, 2014

    Yaa i've Cat5e cables are good but tell me about the features of Cat5e Cables

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CAT6 cables & jacks are better than CAT5E.
CAT5E cables & jacks are better than CAT5.
CAT5 cables & jacks are better than CAT3.
CAT3 cables have problems going faster than 10Mbit/second.
CAT5 cables support 100Mbit/second, and seem to work with 1000Mbit/second ("gigabit") devices.

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Dynamode ht809stp


just plug the power connection
and connect the network cables. and restart the computer.

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