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#1390439 Wed Dec 30 2020 03:08 PM
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Need to temporarily run a cable from our lynksys router to wife's laptop

Over 60 feet

I see these cables on amazon. Some are flat some are round


Any recommendations? Stay away from?
Shes been working from home but recently gets kicked off wifi every so often.

Later Ill run decated lines but for now just need to by a cable to get hooked up

Thanks

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Cat 5e or cat 6 is more than enough to handle the network speed of any home router or computer network card. Round or flat is your preference. I use round unless I need to pass it thru a window. Buy a 100’ cable with pre made up ends and coil up what you don’t use.

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DADS50 #1390444 Wed Dec 30 2020 04:05 PM
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Thanks

When looking a saw some at a real low price like this one ...link... [amazon.com]


But if it will do the job thats good news for me , it just seemed awfully low priced

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At my old office, we needed to connect two buildings, which had two 25 pair phone cables buried underground. We used part of those to connect the network (along with the phones) and it has been running fine for years. The two buildings are at least 50 ft away, and there are two punch-down blocks in the line as well. Moral of that story is the just about any old wire with twisted pairs will work.


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Originally Posted by DADS50
Thanks

When looking a saw some at a real low price like this one ...link... [amazon.com]


But if it will do the job thats good news for me , it just seemed awfully low priced
That will work just fine!


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DADS50 #1390608 Thu Dec 31 2020 01:42 PM
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Thanks guys

Amazon in my area offers same day shipping. Cable in my grubby hands


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