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CAT6 not transferring data over 100MBps...Any idea why ?!

on the cable it state "S-STP PIMF CAT6 PATCH CABLE 75C ANSI/TIA/EIA 568B COMPLIENT ISO/IEC 11801 VERIFIED "

 

using network tester [shity one from ebay as pic]

 

it show one side 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-g

on the other side it skip 4-5-6

 

but the connector brand new and the wires are in the right order 568b

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Redsiskin said:

on the other side it skip 4-5-6

This is why. Wires aren't making a proper connection. If you made the cable yourself, you'll need to remake it, or otherwise buy a new one.

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What's your link speed in (Windows 10)Settings>Network and Internet>Ethernet>-your active adapter-?

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A faulty connection with missing wires results in 100Mbs

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Just now, Oshino Shinobu said:

This is why. Wires aren't making a proper connection. If you made the cable yourself, you'll need to remake it, or otherwise buy a new one.

Yeah, and next time be carefull with them as much as you can because they are very fragile. Dont bend them too much etc.

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40 minutes ago, Redsiskin said:

100MBps

MBps or Mbps? 100MBps is about what gigabit can do; 100Mbps is what you'll get with a ethernet cable missing conductors like yours.

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44 minutes ago, RockSolid1106 said:

What's your link speed in (Windows 10)Settings>Network and Internet>Ethernet>-your active adapter-?

 

Link speed (reception / transmission): 1000/1000 (Mbps)
Manufacturer: Intel
Description: Intel (R) Ethernet Connection (2) I218-V
Driver version: 12.19.1.37

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Should i get connectors like that ? i always have issue when i use crimping tools.

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