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Hi! I work in a small office and we're networked using wireless technology. We currently use a T1 as our primary network connection, which we aren't sharing yet, and we have cable as our back up which is faster. We are using cat5 from the wall to our router. A very very short distance. Does this inhibit our network? Should we be using fiber instead? I just don't understand why such a heavily shared medium, our cable access, would be faster than our T1???? Any advice?
 

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Thanks for the info, guys. The fact that we're using wireless is really inconsequential. I don't know why I added that, just some background, I guess. We aren't connected to the T1 and the cble at the same time, the cable's a backup, considered by our powers that be, less reliable. It's good to know that the cat5 isn't a factor though. Tks!
 
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