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Yes, it's a standard 1.5 metre CAT5 cable with no crossover, so perfect for the job!

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Mr. Boothby - That's good news. (I have one of those.)  Q1. Is it possible that the cable 312-10019-01 is actually CAT 5e instead of basic CAT 5? Q2. Would the 312-10019-01 be fully compatible for use in a 10/100BASE-T system? Q3. Or, would it limit the system datarate to less than 100 Mbpz? Q4. And, is H-P the mfr.? i.e., who sells this P/N?

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