Cabling and cable-related issues will become part of your day-to-day routine as a network engineer. You will need to know which cables plug into which devices, the industry limitations, and how to configure equipment for use with the correct cable type.
Most cable-related network problems will occur on the Local Area Network (LAN) side rather than on the Wide Area Network (WAN) side due to the sheer volume of cables and connectors, and the higher frequency of reseating (unplugging and plugging in) the cables for device moves and testing.
Ethernet cables . . .
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