A distribution frame is a physical part of the network that acts as a passive cable termination. This is where cables are punched down and it consists of patch panels and punch-down blocks. Distribution frames are the central concentrator for the cabling system, for example, cables that come from the data center and go to the user blocks, and they can come in multiple forms:
- Free-standing (vertical blocks that are installed on the floor)
- Installed on the wall
Distribution frames can also come in multiple types, based on the media type and . . .
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