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How are access points best wired?

ayumi37 138 2
  • #1
    ayumi37
    Level 1  
    I'm having my house wired soon (finally) and have found a local CCTV company who can also do networking. I'm curious about the best practice for wiring access points. Is it normal to have a wall jack on the ceiling and a short patch cable or is the cable terminated with a RJ45?
  • #2
    KOCUREK1970
    Network and Internet specialist
    ayumi37 wrote:
    Is it normal to have a wall outlet on the ceiling and a short patch cord

    Come on, you don't!
    ayumi37 wrote:
    or is the cable terminated with an RJ45 connector?

    Yes.
  • #3
    IC_Current
    Network and Internet specialist
    ayumi37 wrote:
    I am curious about the best practices for cabling access points

    The best practice is to run cat 6 cables to all stationary devices and make wall sockets. And access points only as a flower for a sheepskin coat, etc. In addition, the number and arrangement of points so that there is no more than one thin wall between each point and the client device, because the WiFi radio signal with DECENT parameters usually cannot overcome more.