I'm not clear how I should be terminating cat 7 so would appreciate advice on whether I should be terninating with rg45 or keystone in my circumstance. Advice requested please. The config is effectively going to route back to a core level 2 switch (8 port is all that I need with one other 'end point 8 port switch needed but not performance critical and the rest all terminating off a run with the core.
I'm going through a sequence of building works on an old property. You do iin these phases get forced to react when either an 'unexpected opportunity' arises to do an activity at shorter notice than expected. Cut a long story short I bought some cat7 cabling quickly with finite research to achieve a percieved deadline. Since then with a bit more reasearch I gathered that for domestic circumstances cat6 was just as good. I therefore duly ordered a whole bunch of cat6 with a view of selling on the cat7. However unexpextantly my builder has installed my cat7 lock stock and barrel. So I am where I am I guess. So what I not clear upon is whether to just take the easy rg45 route (which I gather breaks spec) or whether a keystone connector is worth progessing?