Belkin 25-Foot Cat6 Ethernet Cable


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Perfect in conjunction with 100 Base-T and Gigabit Ethernet networks, exceeds the performance requirement of Category 6, snagless molds protect the RJ45 tap from being damaged during installation

About this item

Make use of the high performing Belkin 25-Foot Cat6 Ethernet Cable for upgrades that require great performance. This snagless patch cable can be used to replace any Cat 5 cable, which is unsuccessful in supporting Gigabit or 100 Base-T Ethernet. Since the category 6 Ethernet cable comes with a snagless mold, it prevents damages during installation. The PowerSum tested RJ45 Ethernet cable is capable of enhancing the return loss to nearly 40% in the prevailing network. The Belkin 25-Foot Cat6 Ethernet Cable conductor is made from copper while its connectors are 50-micron gold plated offering high performance, consistently.

Belkin 25-Foot Cat6 Ethernet Cable:Cable Length

  • 25-foot Ethernet cable
Number of Connectors
  • 2
Connector Details
  • 1 x RJ-45 Male IEEE 802.3 - Network
  • 1 x RJ-45 Male IEEE 802.3 - Network
  • 1 x RJ-45
  • 1 x RJ-45
  • 50-micron gold plated connectors
  • Copper
  • PVC
Platform Support
  • PC
  • Mac

Physical Characteristics

  • Black
Shipping Dimensions
  • 3.00" Height x 5.00" Width x 10.5" Depth
  • 0.70 lb
  • Miscellaneous
Additional Information
  • PowerSum tested
  • Snagless molds protect the RJ45 tap from being damaged during installation
  • Capable of improving the return loss in your current network by 40%
  • Internal load bar assures accurate positioning of pairs and consistent high performance
  • 2-row staggered pin configuration to control cross-talk at hyper-frequency
Certifications & Standards
  • EIA/TIA-568


Model No.: A3L980v25-BLK-S
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.8
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.0 x 5.0 x 10.5
Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
Origin of Components: Imported

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Good for xboxlive

Customer review by guitarherogod

5.0 stars by guitarherogod

My friend told be about this item and said i could use it for xbox live so i bought it because my router cable broke.It works Great my live doesnt lagg like it did with my router cable.I recomend this to everyone who wants Xbox live

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Customer review by An anonymous customer

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I didnt know the difference between Cat5e and Cat6, but after a little research I found out that Cat6 has better performance than that of the Cat5e and less data is lost. Also, yes Cat6 is backwards compatible with Cat5 and Cat5e. The clip guard on the Cat6 cable is a little different from what the product picture shows. Not a con though.

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Good item... but

Customer review by melrock1

4.0 stars by melrock1

$5 online versus 25 in the store. Can't really understand that. But the product works great - bought it to make a wired internet connection for my ps3.

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I have one router connecter to my computer in my room, and no connection on the livingroom computer. can I use this cable to connect the two computers to the one router or should I buy a wireless router and ethernet cable and connect? Cable company wants to charge me for seperate connections, I need away around this.
by SHELLLS 8/17/2012
  • Look at your cable bill. Do they charge you monthly for your modem? If so, check the cable company's website for compatible modems, order one on-line and then turn in the rental. You will pay for the new modem in less than a year. After you have installed the new modem, call the cable company's help desk and they will help you set it up (they will need the brand name, serial number, etc. from the new modem). Also, buy a wireless router and run the Ethernet cable from the modem to your router. From there you can either run separate Ethernet cables to each computer (the router should have 4 outgoing ports), or you can connect your computers or tablets via Wi-Fi to the network.
    by TWOGOODTWOBTRUE10/24/2014
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  • If router has slot open, this cable should work for your other computer
    by bunk656/30/2014
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    by EDDIEPOPP6/24/2014
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  • You should normally be able to hook up to 4 computers on one router, or maybe a printer, HDTV, network cameras and so on.
    by LostinBlackHills6/24/2014
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  • You can purchase 2 ethernet cables & plug both of them into your router. The cable company always finds ways to charge people, but with 2 ethernet cables, you can connect 2 computers. I bought 2 myself, and they are both plugged into the same router (modem) for a secured landline connection, and both computers work just fine. I hope that answers your question.
    by An anonymous customer4/14/2013
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  • this is only an extesion,say . 1 PC n bedroom , 1 Laptop n lining room ,swap ay dsl box
    by birdiebeck2/20/2013
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  • Yes, you can use this cable to connect another computer on-line from the one router. That's exactly what I bought it for, too! :)
    by mellbelle6/24/2014
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  • Best to purchase a wireless router that way you can connect either wireless for a laptop or direct with cable.
    by Coffeemanrr6/24/2014
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  • This cable is meant to service one unit at a time. Plug the A end to your computer then the B end to your source, like a router. If your router has several ethernet ports then buy a longer cable that could reach your living room and connect it to your computer. It is much economical than buying a wireless router.
    by period6/24/2014
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  • I assume the box that you are you are referring to is the modem from your internet provider and not a router(unless the modem has four ethernet ports on the back to connect multiple devices). As for connecting both computers to the modem, yes you could use this cable to connect to the modem, but you would have to swap cable each time you wanted to use a computer and you would still fall under the number of computer restrictions set by your internet provider. My provider allows three computers to one modem. Most likely it will be a lot easier to just buy a good router. (I prefer the Belkin N450 or N450DB, but that is just my preference.) Then the router would have 4 ethernet ports on the back and you could leave both computers plugged in at all times and have both wired and wireless internet.
    by duke691116/24/2014
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by nlc61 2/26/2011
  • YES
    by EDDIEPOPP2/24/2015
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  • Looks the same as Cat5 but this is Cat6 for up to 10 times faster speed connection, depending on your network service. I trashed all my old cat5s.
    by LostinBlackHills2/24/2015
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  • Yes, you can use this for roku and this cable has a faster speed than CAT5e.
    by period2/24/2015
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  • No. This is a Cat 6 cable and not a Cat 5E cable.
    by duke691112/24/2015
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  • This Ethernet cable works connected from your router to any component with the Internet connector.
    by Szyma2/24/2015
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  • It will probably work. Cat6 is a step up from Cat5.
    by thorlo2/24/2015
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  • Perfect cable for Roku. Exactly what I use it for.
    by reganch2/24/2015
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  • Yes, that's exactly what I use mine for, the Roku player I got through Netflix. I use it everyday!
    by retrored2/24/2015
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  • yes thats waht i use it for.
    by death19702/24/2015
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  • It will work anywhere anyother CATX networking cable works, but it will work faster :P
    by BraveryEdo2/24/2015
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I am trying to connect my router to a wall jack that is about 20 feet distant. Is this the cable to use?
by cavemanmailman 6/6/2013
  • Telephone jack is RJ11 (small port size) and the router uses RJ45 (larger port size). They look the same but they are different sizes.
    by BBoppie12/26/2014
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  • No. This cable links your modem to your computer. This is not the one you are looking for.
    by TWOGOODTWOBTRUE10/24/2014
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  • Ethernet cable requires a slightly larger connection than the standard phone connection
    by bunk656/30/2014
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  • router to puter
    by driftinghours6/30/2014
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    by EDDIEPOPP4/16/2014
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  • No, it is not. You need a basic telephone cable for that.
    by jakermm9/12/2013
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  • nope it connects a router to a computer or network jack to network device using Ethernet.
    by jpcad6/27/2013
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  • No; it's only for modem or router to PC connection.
    by An anonymous customer12/26/2014
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  • Not a phone line at all. It connects to the back of your router and then to anything you want for networking...such as another computer, a ethernet connection on TV or BluRay or Network Cameras or printers.
    by LostinBlackHills6/17/2013
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  • This cable would not fit a wall jack unless the wall jack was ethernet ready. This cable would be used to connect a computer to the router or cable modem. In some cases other components like a fax machine or printer.
    by askcharlie6/15/2013
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