Snagless RJ45 Connectors – the Odd RequestSnagless RJ45 connectors are that odd request that my department makes from time to time. Why do you need RJ45 connectors anyway, it’s the invariable answer from supervisors, and the typical reminder: “You have all sorts of patchcords, all dimensions…” Well, first of all, we sysadmins never have all … Read more
If the entire network or a part of the network is slow, it could mean you have a faulty switch or a you network is wrongly configured. Here are some hints about possible faults.
Punch down tool – The punch tool is used to insert the network cable in the patch panel or similar connection panels. For a small network up to 7 devices you might not need it as you can easily connect all of your devices directly into the switch. Keystone Jacks – The RJ45 keystone jack … Read more