What Is Maximum Distance for Running Cat 5 Cables?

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It is not recommended for a CAT5 UTP cable to exceed 100 metres. If you require an extra length of cable you should have another hub/switch/continuer/repeater to boost the signal.
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The maximum length of a single CAT5 Ethernet cable is 328 feet or an equivalent 100 meters. This limitation applies to both CAT5 and CAT6 cables. These cables can be purchased in
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Officially 100m, but longer if there are no twists in the cable, and no interference from power cables and other magnetic fields.
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Roughly 6,000 feet according to a few site I found (including the one I linked to up above).
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As used for Ethernet? Cat5 UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cable will support 100 megabit communications (if properly run and terminated) up to a total cable length of 100m. You should
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