I am having a issue here with deciding to go with CAT6 or CAT6A.... I need to re wire the whole building (45k sq ft) need to purchase patch panels all the correct equipment basically a fresh install. My question is should i spend the extra money for CAT6A or just use CAT6
My plan is to wire CAT6 for the phones and CAT6A for the computers ( engineers transfer huge files at the time) and my logic was one jack for PC and one jack for Phone as well as feature proof the company.
What are you guys thoughts or concerns.... Any other issues you may know of when running cat6a? Benefits? known issues?
any help would be great ... i need to place a order ASAP for supply's
Its probably better run PVC pipes, vertically - interfloors with 2"-4", horizontally between closets 1"-2".
This way you can always add cables "as need it", keeping current to minimum.
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