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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by manomina, Jul 29, 2006.

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  1. manomina

    manomina Thread Starter

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    :confused: I was wondering if someone could help me with a few questions?

    What actually is telephony? Is this like the software you get with your printer/scanner combo that enables you to dial out? Like being able to make a phone call with your PC?

    Thank you!

    When connecting a 100 Megabit Network Interface Card (NIC) to a 100 Megabit switch, the following patch cords will suffice:
    -Category 5 patch cord
    -Category 3 patch cord
    -Silver Satin with RJ-45's
    -150 ohm STP patch cord
    -None of the above - you would not connect a 100 Megabit NIC to a 100 Megabit switch

    The maximum amount of sheath that can be removed from Category 5 cables when being terminated is:
    -Approximately 3" of cable sheath, not to exceed 3.25"
    -Approximately 2.5" of cable sheath, not to exceed 3"
    -Approximately 2" of cable sheath, not to exceed 2.5"
    -Approximately 1" of cable sheath, not to exceed 1.5"
    -None of the above

    What is the most important thing to remember in order to optimize performance of Cat-5 cabling?
    -Maintaining proper color coding throughout
    -Maintaining the twists in the pairs as close as possible to the termination
    -Making all punchdowns secure
    -Keeping the cables close together near the punchdown blocks
     
  2. imidiot

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephony
     
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