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Wondering what what type of ethernet port is on the netcomm nf10wv

Ports don't have a 'cat' standard, cables do. Ports just mention their speed, the ports on the back of this device do up to 100Mbps (as they are 'fast ethernet' ports. That is just a specification name for a port that does up to 100Mbps).

 

You can wire your PC directly to this device with whatever (Cat5 and 'up') cable you have.

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I am looking to plug my pc directly to my router. It has an rj45 port but I am wondering if my router has at least a cat 5 port.

 

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Ports don't have a 'cat' standard, cables do. Ports just mention their speed, the ports on the back of this device do up to 100Mbps (as they are 'fast ethernet' ports. That is just a specification name for a port that does up to 100Mbps).

 

You can wire your PC directly to this device with whatever (Cat5 and 'up') cable you have.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
17 minutes ago, Minibois said:

They are 10/100Mb per seconds port on the back. Ports don't have a 'cat' standard, cables do. Ports just mention their speed, the ports on the back of this device do up to 100Mbps (as they are 'fast ethernet' ports. That is just a specification name for a port that does up to 100Mbps).

 

You can wire your PC directly to this device with whatever (Cat5 and 'up') cable you have.

thank you for this help

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