What cable do i need for my wi-fi router?

Answer Specifically, you need a RJ45 and more commonly an ethernet cable. Ask for an ethernet cable; CAT5E or CAT6. CAT6 if your router supports a 10/100/1000 connection. CAT5E supports it but it not c... Read More »

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