Ethernet Keystone Jacks In the Wild!
Jun 11, 2021

Ethernet Keystone Jacks In the Wild!

Ethernet keystone jacks can be an important part of well designed and flexible LAN (local area network). This blog and...
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How to: Terminate an Unshielded Punch Down Keystone Jack
Jan 11, 2021

How to: Terminate an Unshielded Punch Down Keystone Jack

Meet the punch down keystone jack. The punch down keystone jack, generally speaking, remains extremely effective and costs less per jack than...
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How to: Terminate a Shielded Toolless Keystone Jack
Dec 25, 2020

How to: Terminate a Shielded Toolless Keystone Jack

How to: Terminate a Shielded Toolless Keystone Jack Written by Don Schultz, Technical Sales Representative and Fluke Networks Certified Technician...
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How to: Terminate an Unshielded Toolless Keystone Jack
Dec 23, 2020

How to: Terminate an Unshielded Toolless Keystone Jack

One of the best ways to achieve a clean and professional-looking network install is to run a solid copper structure...
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What Does a Bad Termination Look Like?
Oct 08, 2020

What Does a Bad Termination Look Like?

What makes an Ethernet cable termination bad?  Excessive untwist of the twisted pair conductors? Crossed wires? Nicked conductors? Bad electrical contact? Some...
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