How to choose network cable ?

Although LAN cables are simple products by their definition and build, they still have a couple of characteristics that separate them among each other and play an important part in the proper decisioning process and include the following:


The cable’s supported frequency/speed is something that should be chosen, depending on the nature of your network usage and characteristics of the connected devices. In other words, if your hardware and internet connection allows only for 1Gbps speeds, you won’t get many benefits if you purchase the cables with 600MHz of bandwidth that support speeds of up to 10Gbps, but you will surely spot the difference in the price.

On the other hand, if you want to soon upgrade your network hardware, or just want to build a future-proof network, go for higher frequencies It is a more expensive option but will pay off in the long run.

Have in mind that 100MHz and 250MHz cables usually allow for maximum speeds of up to 1Gbps, while 500MHz, 600MHz and 1000MHz cables allow for 10Gbps speeds.


Great quality and performance are very important for every product, including Ethernet cables, but what is their point if the cable is too short. Therefore, carefully measure and choose the LAN cables in accordance with your needs.


Good durability of the LAN cable means you will be able to use it for a longer period. In other words, the more durable and sturdier the cable, the more money will be saved in the long run.

How should I choose a network rack? (for router, switches and tower/rack mount server)

First do some research. How many devices and how many units (U) they will take. U is units. A small router/Switch is often 1U where it takes one unit slot. Some devices take 2Units or servers may take 4 or 5U. Think of expansion too. You'll want to grow with the rack.

Think of COOLING are you adding airflow units? These will pull hot air up-and-out of the rack.

Also DON'T FORGET the U Count for Patch Panels (cabled from building wall plate to rackmount where you jumper patch cables from panel/wall to router/switch/etc.

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CAT-6 vs CAT-5e (Category 5, enhanced)

CAT-6 was developed as a better alternative to CAT-5e, which had been the previous standard for most companies.

Speed 10 Gbps up to 50 meters 1 Gbps
Maximum Length 164 Feet or 50 meters for maximum speed 100 meters (no drop in speed)
Performance (frequency) Up to 250 MHz Up to 100 MHz
Gauge (wiring) 2+ twists per cm

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