Networking accessories are devices or components that are used to support the operation of a computer network. They include various hardware and software tools that help facilitate communication between devices on a network, as well as protect the network from security threats.
·RJ45 connector is the important interfaces equipment in the network connection.
·Fu, 1u, 3u, 15u, 30u, 50u staggered gold-plated connectors.
·Material is the high density polyethylene.
·RJ45 mainly used to connect network ports, switchs, telephones, etc.
·RJ45 standerd, 8P8C, connect network cables.
·Product Name:Network Cable Face Plate
·Feature:With Dust Cover
·Using materials withstable performance,use more at ease
·Selection of materialsmore durable
·Wide application, longerservice life
·Application：19 inch Network Cabinet
·Accessories:Knife ,Network Keystone Jack
·Other:Can be customized
Network cable Tool Set：
·3 in 1 network pliers*1
·2 in 1 line testing tool*1
·L wire stripping knife*1
·S wire stripping knife*1
·1 to 1 module*1
·1 to 2 moduler*1
·Shield 8P8C connector*20
·RJ45 connector jacket*20
Item:RJ45 Keystone Jack
Material:PC+ Phosphor Bronze+ Circuit Board
IDC Accept:22-26AWG Solid Wire
Spring Wire:Phosphor Bronze With Gold-plated 6u -50u
Insertion Life :≥1000 Mating Cycles
·It is lead out from the RJ45 series ports which can meet the international standards .
·IDC: Phosphor Bronze materials ,tin plated.the suitable line diameter is 0.35-0.5mm solid wire,
·Contact: Phosphor Bronze materials ,with 3 inch – 50 inch Gold plating onContact area, technical performance can meet to TIAElA568 CAT5E standardsd
·High quality, high assurance ·Portable style with perfect shape. ·For cuts, strips and crimps. ·Suitable for 8P8C/rj45. ·With closed lock for stored, use on stranded wire only.
·Space saving, High-density.
·Mount to any standard 19 inch rack or cabinet.
·Sturdy Aluminum plate around RJ 45 Jacks. Connects RJ-45 ports to Network Patch Panel.
·Phosphor Bronze with 3-50 μ’’ gold plated.
·Black electrostatic Powder-Coated Steel: Phosphor bronze with tin plating over nickel.
·Front surface is uninterrupted by screw heads for a clean appearance.
There are many tools that can be used for networking, ranging from hardware devices to software applications. Here are some common tools for networking:
Ping: This is a command-line tool that can be used to test the reachability of a network device or server, by sending an ICMP packet and measuring the response time.
Traceroute: This is a command-line tool that can be used to trace the path that packets take to reach a particular destination on a network.
Network scanners: These are software tools that can detect and identify devices on a network, as well as their IP addresses and open ports.
Network analyzers: These are software tools that capture and analyze network traffic, allowing administrators to troubleshoot and diagnose network issues.
Protocol analyzers: These are specialized software tools that decode and analyze network protocols, providing detailed information about the data being sent and received on a network.
Bandwidth monitors: These are software tools that track the amount of bandwidth being used by individual devices on a network, helping administrators to identify and address bottlenecks or performance issues.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) tools: These are software tools that allow administrators to monitor and manage network devices and services using SNMP.
Remote access tools: These are software tools that provide remote access to network devices or servers, allowing administrators to configure and maintain them from a remote location.
Cable testers: These are hardware devices that can be used to test Ethernet cables for continuity and detect wiring issues.
Crimper tools: These are hardware devices that can be used to attach connectors to the ends of Ethernet cables, enabling them to be connected to network devices.
To set up a computer network, the following materials are typically needed:
Network devices: This includes routers, switches, hubs, and access points that allow devices to connect to the network.
Network cables: Ethernet cables are used to connect devices on the network through wired connections.
Patch cables: These short Ethernet cables are used to connect devices to wall jacks or patch panels.
Keystone jacks: These are small connectors that fit into wall plates or patch panels, allowing Ethernet cables to be connected to them.
Wall plates: These are installed in the walls and provide a mounting point for keystone jacks.
Patch panels: These are used to organize and manage network cables in a central location, providing a connection point for each cable.
Cable ties: These are used to bundle and organize network cables, making it easier to manage them.
Network cabinets/racks: These provide a secure and organized location for network equipment, such as servers, switches, and patch panels.
Power strips: These are used to provide power to network devices, such as routers, switches, and servers.
Labels: These are used to identify network cables, ports, and devices, making it easier to manage and troubleshoot the network.
Network software: This includes operating systems, network monitoring tools, and security software used to manage and maintain the network.
UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply): These provide backup power to network devices in case of a power outage, ensuring continuity of service.
The five components of a network are:
Clients: These are devices that interact with the network and request services or resources from servers. Examples of clients include desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets.
Servers: These are powerful computers that provide services or resources to clients on the network. Examples of servers include file servers, web servers, email servers, and database servers.
Network interfaces: These are hardware components that allow devices to connect to a network. Examples include network interface cards (NICs) for Ethernet connections, Wi-Fi adapters for wireless connections, and Bluetooth adapters for short-range wireless connections.
Transmission media: This refers to the physical communication channels used to transmit data over a network. Examples include copper cables (e.g. twisted pair), fiber optic cables, and wireless signals (e.g. Wi-Fi).
Network protocols: These are sets of rules and standards that govern how data is transmitted and received on a network. Examples include TCP/IP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, and DNS. Protocols enable devices on a network to communicate with one another and ensure that data is transmitted efficiently, accurately, and securely.