I am building an office attached to my house and I am networking it with both Cat6 and with fiber. I plan to live here for a significant amount of time and I want to future proof my network. There will be four Cat 6 cables terminating at two wall plates (each a dual jack). One on North wall, one on West Wall. The fiber cable comes in a bundle of six strands which are each terminated. Since it comes with six strands I will have three wall plates (each a dual jack). LINK I want to put a jack on the North, East and West wall. I have wired Cat6 jacks many times so I understand the process. For the fiber cable, I am trying to understand exactly how the process works. Is it just as simple as splitting the protective jacket and peeling it back 10 - 15 feet to expose each color coded fiber cable, then route each individual fiber cable to their respective jacks? It seems like that would make sense... so this is probably a silly questions but I've done a lot of search online and I don't see anything specific on wiring fiber optic cable from a multi strand to individual fiber jacks. All I can find are wiring videos and explanations from racks to racks, or routers to switches, etc. Anyone have experience or knowledge they can share? Here is the cable I purchased: Ubiquiti Fiber Cable Single Mode 100ft - FC-SM-100 Thanks for any help you can provide!!!