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Just to add the the other answers, because this point has not been addressed. Cat6A cable is considerably fatter and stiffer than Cat6, and has a much larger minimum bend radius. It's horrible stuff to work with, and you can forget trying to terminate it to anything other than punch-down connectors. Cat6 is all anyone needs; It will do 10G for short runs, ...


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