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Wireless networking, however, has a clear advantage in places where running cable is impractical, impossible, or prohibitively expensive It may be used as a very cost-effective link between buildings, especially across public rights-of-way Practical or aesthetic reasons may tilt the scales toward wireless For instance, a connection in a large arena or auditorium might be much easier to accomplish with a wireless link Finally, if the workstation is mobile, wireless is crucial (Picture a forklift-mounted workstation with a network cable trailing along behind!) Check 13 for more wireless information No, the demise of copper wiring is not imminent, but neither does it meet all possible needs Each technology should be applied where it is the most appropriate and cost-effective
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Alvin Toffler, in his famous work, Future Shock, spoke of the pace of technological advancement as a shock to the individual and to society In some ways, we in the computer industry have become accustomed to the rapid obsolescence of our equipment and methods Computers, printers, and even network switches are relatively easy to upgrade or replace, as they are movable objects, attached only by their wire connections LAN wiring is more of an immovable object, fixed into place within walls, ceilings, and cubicles What can be the result when the irresistible force of change meets your wiring How can you prevent this from happening Migrating to Higher Speeds
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The Queen kept crying Faster! Faster! Are we nearly there Alice managed to pant out at last Nearly there! the Queen repeated Why, we passed it 10 minutes ago! Faster! Higher network speeds are upon us, like it or not Actually, many datatransfer applications have begun to overload some networks, so the change may be welcome indeed However, few network managers have the luxury of being able to totally upgrade their networks to the higher speeds of 1000 Mbps or higher These networks will have to be gradually migrated to higher data rates, as money and the availability of technology allow
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Migrating to higher speed networks is a much broader subject than the LAN wiring issues being covered in this book So, for simplicity, we will outline only the wiring implications of high-speed networking
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How can you plan a migration to higher-speed network cabling First, unless you are designing a completely new facility, or planning to replace all of your existing network cabling, you should find where you are right now For example, if you currently have a Category 5e facility, you can upgrade from 100 to 1000 Mbps easily You will not be able to use 1000BaseTX or ATM-1244 at all, without replacing your cable with new Category 6 or AC6 cable On the other hand, if you already have Category 6 cable, you can upgrade to any of the 1000 Mbps technologies that is, if that cable was installed to Category 6 standards If you already have fiber installed, you are probably set for any of the currently envisioned higher speeds At the worst case, you may have to adapt the connectors or reterminate the fibers, replacing SC connectors with newer SFF connectors You can also get to the higher speeds by installing new fiber, or by including a fiber run along with conventional twisted pair to each workstation area New installations that will initially employ lower-speed networking have a special problem How can the network manager plan for the future implementation of these higher speeds when the exact technology choice is not yet known The best bet is to put in the highest grade facility you can afford It would be ideal to pull both fiber and copper to each work area However, if your budget limits you to twisted pair, you should at least put in a full AC6 cabling system, so you will get all the bandwidth possible And remember, any decisions you make now may still not keep up with the future, but perhaps they will at least last through the 5- to 15-year useful life projected for most cabling systems A slow sort of country! said the Queen Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that! and Alice began to remember that she was a Pawn, and that it would soon be time for her to move Lewis Carroll (Through the Looking Glass)
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Well, one thing you can do is to plan for the future Design new cable systems so they meet tomorrow s needs as well as today s If you are installing a 100BaseT network, that means you should install a cable facility that can go to the next step, 1000 Mbps If you have an existing facility, add Category 6/AC6 cabling and hardware when you add workstation drops Plan the additions so the old cable can eventually be converted to the new system A graceful migration such as this can be accomplished over a period of time to minimize the budget impact Proper planning can give a cable system an extended life Providing for the future may cost a little more now, but it will simplify change when it eventually comes
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