we have just purchased a bunch of premium gold plated cat7 cabling. the cabling is going to be used from the LAN ports to the switches and to jump from switch to switch.
the reason for purchasing this is because:
1 - I prefer using good quality cabling even if the limits are not reached
2 - the cost was a few pounds more
so my question is, the frequency (bandwidth) is much larger on the cat7 cabling.
but how do I determine how much bandwidth is actually being used?
it says Cat7 is good for Frequencies up to 1000MHz. but how many MHz would an average network use?