• RJ-45 connector utilizing CAT-6 cable connects to your network
• F connector utilizing RG6 cable connects to your cable modem
• Allows for hard wiring of smart TV’s producing faster data speeds
• Additional labor may be required
• Locations may be limited to inside walls in single story homes
There are times when streaming online content, hard wiring your home for the Internet is more efficient. Wireless Internet is generally fast, but if you are far away from the main router your signal will be low. WiFi extenders can work well for most of those applications. The best solution is to hardwire your house with (Cat 6) Ethernet cable. This will create a solid connection to all of your devices. The speeds of hard wiring your home for the Internet are hard to match. Most of the new computers and devices allow for gigabit Ethernet speeds, which are far faster than wireless. By hardwiring the home with Ethernet you eliminate the chance of wireless interference from neighboring wireless routers. This will offer better consistency in your data transfer. It also offers security. If you have a hard-wired network, you are not broadcasting your wireless signal to everyone. A hard-wired connection is also great for video gaming systems. It allows for faster speeds and ping rates. A ping rate is the reaction time of your connection. A good ping rate during gaming can help improve your game play by speeding up the response time to the gaming servers.
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