In this video, learn about the fire ratings of cable and their intended site usage.
- I love old movies.…And there's one thing, if you want to talk about old movies…I am the guy to talk to.…Well, mainly because, well I'm old.…Anyway, there was a movie done in the early 70s…called 'Towering Inferno', and it was kind of a…dumb movie but the whole premise behind the movie…is that all the electrical wiring in this big skyscraper…was done using sub standard materials,…and they had this little tiny fire that happened…to catch on the wiring and the jackets of the wiring…made this fire propagate all over the skyscraper…and, you know, the firemen save the day…and the whole shebang.…
Anyway, in this articular episode…what I want to do is talk about…fire ratings with network cabling.…So, to keep things safe,…We'll keep this fire extinguisher…really near by, just in case.…We have fire ratings for different types of cabling.…Basically, there are three fire ratings…you need to know for the exam.…First of all, there's what we call plenum.…A plenum is a space between a drop ceiling…and the actual ceiling,…or the space between a raised floor…
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- Network topologies
- Fire ratings
- Ethernet basics
- Hubs vs. switches
- 100BASE-T, gigabit, and 10-gigabit Ethernet
- Installing structured cabling
- Testing cable
- Locating cables and connectors with a toner and probe
- Wired connections
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cabling and Topology
2. Ethernet Basics
3. Modern Ethernet
4. Installing a Physical Network
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