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 Question by nagendra Prasanna posted 14 Oct 2005
 Cat 6
what is the max distance dose the cat 6 cable will support point to point (hub to hub).
 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 14 Oct 2005
Dear nagendra,

The maximum distance for any link is 90 meters (395'), link is the actual run; for the channel which includes all equipment and patch cords it is 100 meters (328').

Joseph Golan, RCDD

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