I guess this is off-topic, but I AM using cables to interconnect among my wireless router, client bridge, PC, and media extender.
Is there any value in using Cat6 ethernet cables with these devices? I am using 802.11g and I might upgrade to 802.11n. I am interested in performance, and also reliability. If a fancy cable can eliminate an entry in a list of trouble-shooting tasks, I am all for it.
I also have Cat5 and Cat5e cables in my hell box. I don't really understand the practical differences among all of these. I see that they are rated to a maximum count of MHz, but I don't know how to translate that into network performance and reliability.