12-21-2012 9:57 AM
I need to buy a longer data cable for my u-verse router (from what I read on it, it is the 3801HGV model. I got it a few months ago).
I would like to make sure that I but the right cable on the internet.
So my question is: what are the specifications of this data cable? In other words, what should I look for on e-Bay or Amazon?
This is what I can read on the green data cable that came with the router:
Systems Broadband ULH ETL VERFIED TO TIA/EIA 568-B . 2 CATEGORY 5E UTP 2PAIRS 350 MHz E302757 (UL) TYPE CM75°C BROADBAND PRODUCTS 1366FT All Systems Broadband ULH
Thank you so much for your help!
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12-21-2012 11:41 AM
You'll want to get a cat-5e cable. The best place to find one fir a great price is Monoprice.com. I've included a link to all of their cat 5e network cables. They range in length from 0.5 to 100 feet.
12-21-2012 12:13 PM
08-03-2016 9:01 PM
i have a att uverse modem that has a green cable that has ends on it that plug into phone jack and on the modem in the phone line i need 50 ft to move it around in the room the label on the green cable reads Data Cable 6001-000110-000 please help
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