On Wed, 9 Dec 2009, Frank Murphy (Frankly3D) wrote:
> > For a home network, I can see the benefit of installing fairly
> > future-proof wiring to save tearing out obsolete wiring down the road.
> > I've done it, and end up using my laptop via wireless more often than
> > not.
>> Did you read my original post?
Good point, I got distracted by all the fibre and 40G stuff ;-)
You'd be better off running STP rather than UTP if interference is an
issue. The added cost of media converters on each end of a fibre run
would more than outweigh the cost of STP cable and connectors - not to
mention providing a little more protection from manic tradesmen
(or DIYers) wielding power drills.
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