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Mostly off topic here, cat6 is a JOKE.
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Mostly off topic here, cat6 is a JOKE.
You're a joke.
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Mostly off topic here, cat6 is a JOKE.
You don't fancy hacking through plastic dividers?
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You're a joke.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833150121

I know a few people on my floor who have this switch. (The 16 port version is mentioned earlier in this thread.) It's a great piece of equipment if you want Cisco hardware but are okay with a web interface in lieu of real IOS. Make sure you upgrade the firmware on it - I'm told there are compatibility issues with browsers other than IE in older firmware versions.

Smart managed switches typically run you just a hair more expensive than their completely unmanaged counterparts, and you get some useful features like port based VLANs, QoS, and a couple other things.

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Mostly off topic here, cat6 is a JOKE.
No, it's not. I would fire any construction manager that tried to install cat5e in 2011. Building wiring should be as future-proof as possible - look at houses built in the 1940s whose original electrical wiring is still in use today, requiring at most the addition of GFCI wall plugs. In 2015-2020 you'll be able to use the same cat6 wiring for your 10Gbit home network.
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Thou shall buy a Procurve.
I am receiving my 1810-8G today
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Now you all are just being ridiculous. If the OP is worried about 10GbE+ or EMI he would run fiber through-out. Regardless I would not suggest fiber which is immune to EMI, where as the CAT7 or ANY shielded copper is resistant.

I also seriously doubt the OP is looking to drop several Thousand Dollars on a home network switch.

It was mentioned earlier about the Cisco switches only being GUI, the managed switch (if) the OP wants will be capable of IOS commands, note it is also more expensive.

How about people put what is relevant to the OP's request instead of pulling crap out your butt so you can appear to be helpful.
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Now you all are just being ridiculous. If the OP is worried about 10GbE+ or EMI he would run fiber through-out. Regardless I would not suggest fiber which is immune to EMI, where as the CAT7 or ANY shielded copper is resistant.

I also seriously doubt the OP is looking to drop several Thousand Dollars on a home network switch.

It was mentioned earlier about the Cisco switches only being GUI, the managed switch (if) the OP wants will be capable of IOS commands, note it is also more expensive.

How about people put what is relevant to the OP's request instead of pulling crap out your butt so you can appear to be helpful.
cat7 is way cheaper than fiber though and makes for sense for inhome runs of cable, also I think he plans on using 1GBit now and knowing that 10GBit is going to become the standard eventually wants that capability. Thats probably why he went with CAT 6
    
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cat7 is way cheaper than fiber though and makes for sense for inhome runs of cable, also I think he plans on using 1GBit now and knowing that 10GBit is going to become the standard eventually wants that capability. Thats probably why he went with CAT 6
I never said he should get Fiber, but if he is afraid of EMI that is the best. I would not call CAT7 cheap by any means at $500+ for 1000 ft where as 1000 ft of Fiber is approx $250. I would love to know where your numbers or how you learned math, cause 250 is less than 500 the way I was taught it.
http://www.provantage.com/tripp-lite...k~7TRP91FL.htm (Fiber)
http://www.antarespro.com/4717065-it...67d380d354d289 (CAT7)

He stated he wanted GbE throughout which is why I helped find a GbE switch, that being said CAT6 is fine.
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