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Is they're a limit to the length of cable in the signal quality?

grade 5 cabeling with Cisco POE switch.

 

If yes, what should be done if cable are 500 feets longs?

 

In order to do a 500ft run you would need to put a switch/hub/repeater in the middle. Anything that will regenerate and retime the signal.

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In order to do a 500ft run you would need to put a switch/hub/repeater in the middle. Anything that will regenerate and retime the signal.

 

 

Can anyone recommend a suitable hardware to regenerate signal, what should I buy if I must be running for 250 ft?

 

Kind of urgent please

 

regards

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Can anyone recommend a suitable hardware to regenerate signal, what should I buy if I must be running for 250 ft?

 

Kind of urgent please

 

regards

250ft is fine, 100 meters = 328ft. to extend after that just put any network switch, (with poe if needed) in the middle. There are also extenders avilable for sale, see http://www.ippbx.us/Home/tabid/408/txtSear...er/Default.aspx

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250ft is fine, 100 meters = 328ft. to extend after that just put any network switch, (with poe if needed) in the middle. There are also extenders avilable for sale, see http://www.ippbx.us/Home/tabid/408/txtSear...er/Default.aspx

Many thanks for the reply,

 

Strange, because the phone (SPA504G) refuse to register if cable is not shorter... may it be a limitation of the phone with cable lengh?

 

Really need a solutions here!

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