The images shown appears to be copper, not CCA (Copper Clad Aluminum) so that's a good thing, but they're patch cables and they are stranded, you want solid for use in walls and between floors. And the cable's jacket for said use (in walls, between floors, attics, crawl spaces) should be rated CMR (at least) or CMP.
I am not joking I have been a member that long but only recently been checking the forum as I have bought blue iris since then and upgraded my very old cameras to me the only difference was cat cable was 5 and 6.Do the cables you linked have any jacket ratings printed on them that you are aware of?
You've been a member of this forum since Oct. 2015 are you're asking "...Whats the difference? Does it matter as long as they are working?" ......?
You're joking, right?
You're welcome.Thanks for taking the time to explain. Mine are outside and run a long the walls which will be exposed to the sunlight they have been working for 4 years so far
You're welcome.Useful thread and a great post by Dramus - thanks for that.
I would. Just make certain you use Cat6 connectors designed for solid wire.Having said that, not much difference in price.
Seems a no brainer to go for cat6 if that close in price?