|Subject:||Ethernet Crossover or Patch Cable|
|Posted by:||tb (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Mon, 15 Jul 2019|
I am thinking about getting AT&T Fiber internet and do the setup myself.
The fiberoptic wall plug is in the living room of my apartment. I
would like to keep my desktop PC and fiberoptic modem in my bedroom.
The PC has an Ethernet port but no Wi-Fi, so the connection modem/PC
would be via Ethernet cable, that's why I want to keep PC and modem
close to each other.
But I have to find a solution for the connection between the fiberoptic
plug in the living room and the modem in my bedroom.
The idea is to purchase a long Ethernet cable (about 50 ft) to do that.
Do I need to purchase a crossover or a patch Ethernet cable?
I see them both available online...