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What is a link?

[Q] What is a link?

[A] A link is simply the connectivity between two devices. This will include the CAT 5 Patch Cables and networking protocols used in order for one device to communicate with the other.

Links will be established between various devices such as desktop computers, laptop computers, servers, routers, switches, hubs and wireless access points.

As always, you will want to match the equipment used with the correct cables. There would be little point in buying a CAT 6 Patch Cable if your network did not contain any other gigabit-capable devices.

CAT 5 Cable Company sells CAT 6, CAT 5E, and CAT 5 Patch and Crossover cables in 9 colors, custom fit to any length up to 328 feet.

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