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That question has no clear answer (depending on transmission technology, energy-to-bandwidth ratio, compression technology/efficiency, compressibility of data, etc), leading to speculation - and making it off-topic here.


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There are a couple of great answers here that speak more generally. I will give a very specific answer as to why I would roll back these edits. In your edit, you removed a key piece of information, namely that you used a continuity tester. Further, in your comments you claim to use a professional tester. As a continuity tester is not a professional cable ...


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Why did a moderator ask me to reword the question to be on topic, then rollback the edits that were asked for? I am wholly confused about the intention. The "on hold" system was applied and used effectively. Let's be clear: I did not ask you to reword the question, I said "SuperUser is the right place to ask this question". You promptly took my advice and ...


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Even if the edits did not put the question on topic, were they invalid edits? There is no "rewording" of home networking that can ever make it on topic. You admit with the original post that it was "home wiring". That is absolutely beyond scope here. In short, what has been said cannot be un-said; your edit didn't rework anything, but removed a relevant ...


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