12-07-2018 11:01 AM
Sorry if this is the wrong place to post, but I was hoping for some help. I have a Nanobeeam AC GEN2 mounted on a pole connected to a premade CAT6 STP cable. From there I will run it into an ETH-SP-G2 and continue on the run with a Cat6 UTP. I have to do this because the destination does not have enough room for a shielded keystone jack. Anyways, is this sufficient for the Cat6 STP to do it's job and the Nanobeam to not be affected? I understand if lightning hits it we're toast, but it's a very low area to begin with.
12-07-2018 11:07 AM
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You posted this in the UniFi section.
@UBNT-JaM could you please move this to AirMAX?
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12-10-2018 03:22 AM
yes correct... ETH-SP is surge protection NOT lightning protection.
UTP cable from ETH-SP is connected to what and where?
basics as mentioned in Userguide:
Proper grounding of 1st ETH-SP via pole or separate ground wire is mandatory.
Also a 2nd protector is suggested where cable enters building with proper grounding of ETH-SP there too.
We all work for KUDOs here.
12-10-2018 12:29 PM
The ETH-SP is under the elevated buidling (score box for soccer field). The UTP goes directly into the switch, a 8-150W. Should there be something between the UTP and switch?