We have already purchased 500ft Cat7 Ethernet cable. We wanted the high-quality cable running through our walls to be future-proof and to ensure we get Cat7 speeds (at least in the future). However, we seem to be having trouble finding Cat7 keystone jacks, while Cat7 cable and Cat6a keystone jacks are common.
I have also found sellers that say Cat6a keystones are suitable for Cat7.
Are they? Is this what we've been missing, that we're supposed to use Cat6a keystones with Cat7 cabling? Will this reduce the signal at all? Can we still get full Cat7 speeds this way?
Edit: Do you think I would experience any issues using Cat7 cables with Cat6a RJ45 connectors, for 10 Gbps speeds?