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Is it possible that not adhering to a standard color coding in ethernet cables would affect performances?

The color coding scheme isn't technically required but it should be observed at all times for practical purposes - you wouldn't want to troubleshoot an installation where no reasonable scheme is used. ...
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Does Ethernet work at the FLIT level?

Ethernet doesn't use FLITs. The physical layer variants use various block codes, most prominently 4b5b, 8b10b and 64b66b. None of those use FLIT logic. Ethernet frame building starts on top of the ...
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Yealink & Aruba 1930 Switch Connection Issues

We were running into the same issue and, upon checking the switch configuration, we realized the EEE energy saving option was on. Turned it off and the phones stopped disconnecting. We spent months ...
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