So as some of you may know, due to my several questions in the last few days on Cat 6, 6a and 6e cables, I am cabling my home as part of a new build. I am based in the UK.
Please see the following images which show the layout of my three floors. The bright green small square boxes indicate the number of ethernet ports I plan to put in each room. They may not all be located at that spot and may not all be used as ethernet ports. Possibly for smart TV, PoE devices including home automation and maybe phone, but I am trying to future proof.
Can I please have any comments on possible interference issues I might face based on the bright red boxes I have included which name the various electrical equipment.
I will go with Cat 6 cable although Cat 6a is an option for the extra £50 I need to spend for the 300m reel of cable (costing approx. £ 150).
The main fusebox and microwave are the only two i'd be conerned about. Maybe things that generate heat very close to the cabling as heat increases resistance, but that applies to all cabling, not just network.