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fifty nine

join:2002-09-25
Sussex, NJ
kudos:2
reply to Jack_in_VA

Re: tool-less vs. punch-down CAT jacks + cables

said by Jack_in_VA:

said by Mizzat:

I used those exact tool-less keystones on my Cat 6 that I rewired my house with. All worked fine and not a single failure yet. All running 1Gbps.

What data are you running at 1 Gbps?

Large file transfer such as copying recorded DVR shows.


alkizmo

join:2007-06-25
Pierrefonds, QC
kudos:1
said by fifty nine:

Large file transfer such as copying recorded DVR shows.

The DVR allows to be on the network? Lucky you.
I have everyone stored centrally, all other devices would only access the network storage to play a file directly, so the bandwidth requirement is low. 100mbps is more than enough for a bluray movie.

Anyway, even if 1gbps is rarely useless in a household, we don't know what to expect in 10 years. 10 years ago, we wouldn't have terabytes of media and movies were 720p at best. When you install wiring in walls, you tend to want to use it for a good 10-20 years


fifty nine

join:2002-09-25
Sussex, NJ
kudos:2
said by alkizmo:

said by fifty nine:

Large file transfer such as copying recorded DVR shows.

The DVR allows to be on the network? Lucky you.

Yes. I have a media center PC with a CableCARD tuner. That is my "DVR."