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i have a 10baseT ethernet card...can i connect with 100base-T UTP cable ? how to differenciate 100base-T UTP and 10base-T UTP ? can i see from cable interface ?
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100base cable is called Category 5 cable. It will support data transmissions up to 100Mbps so yes you can connect to it..  to differentiate between them look at the cat # on the cabling.. cat 1 - voice only, cat 2 - 4mbps, cat 3 - 10mbps, cat 4 - 16mbps, cat 5 100mbps.
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