Configuring Wireless Cisco Networks and Wireless Controllers.
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Hi All,I would like to discuss if someone has experience using RG6 cables with "F" connectors (instead of Cisco cables) for the connection of the Aironet 1310 with its Power Injector. I mean, if the Cisco dual RG6 cables have something particular, compared to standard RG6 cables with "F" connectors.Thanks in advance for any comment.Regards,Igor Sotelo.
Nothing special, other than it's a reasonably high grade of cabling. Any replacement that you use should have the same loss per foot/meter (or better), and be capable of carrying the power (some inner dielectric may not be as thermally stable).If you intend to go a longer distance, keep in mind that the power will dissipate at some distance to the point where the AP may come up, but get flaky under load due to the inability of the cable to pass enough power for the higher processing load.Good LuckScott
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