[Q] Can I have a CAT 5 network using wireless tethering?
[A] A CAT 5 network is a physical structure that will allow transfer of data packets between various devices.
Access to the internet can be achieved in many ways: DSL, Cable, Satellite or high bandwidth line such as a T-1 or T-3. Wires options include: 4G hot spots and portable devices such as smartphones.
Once internet connectivity is establish with on of these devices, it is simply a metter of sharing this connection between the other devices on the network. There are some limitations regarding certain equipment being able to communicate with other types of hardware, so you will need to consult the manufaturer.
As far as reliability, if you have a good internet connection CAT 5, CAT 5E or CAT 6 is an excellent choice to ensure high speed file transfer and access to remote sites.
As always, consult a trained network professional if you are unsure how to accomplish your goals. It will save you a lot of anguish down the road. .
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