I want to move away from my homeplugs and am after some advice on how to cable up my house for Gigabit.
I have my modem and router in the living room and want to install outlets in 4 other rooms. Some of the cabling will have to run outside the house to get to where I need to go and I probably need around 60m with a maximum of 15 meter runs.
I assume I just need to terminate each room and router connection at a network switch, was thinking in the loft?
Also not sure about what hardware I need and the difference between stranded and solid cable?
Was thinking of the CCS 1 way standard face plates on this page for each room
and the 100m external cable on this page
Some Cat 6 plugs from this page to terminate into the switch.
I guess a crimping tool to attach the plugs as well as a punch down tool?
Do I need to consider the shielded FTP cable. Would this be of any benefit in my installation?
Any recommendations for suppliers?