Did you use a patch panel in the server room. If so do you know which one. Using the fluke tester did you test for grounding.I ran Cat6A all through my house about 3 years ago. Most rooms have 4 drops and a coaxial. Was going to do 2 per room but changed it to 4 because running wire in a house is a giant PITA and i never want to do it again! 48 shielded runs all passed fluke tester. Home run to server room. I have no regrets!
Used 2 Cable Matters 24 port patch panels CAT6a. Grounding was checked I have a friend from work who runs the networking division and he used our company's $30,000 fluke tester. The $60,000 dollar one was out in the field that weekend so i had to use the spareDid you use a patch panel in the server room. If so do you know which one. Using the fluke tester did you test for grounding.
Use the cat6a keystones in your room and ground to the keystone casing ( not the box ) then ground to your patch panel. Ground your patch panel to a grounding busbar in your rack. and that (busbar) should ground to your electrical panels ground which in a perfect world would ground to at least your water system (if it is metal and runs underground at least 10' That is code in my area ) AND to an outside grounding rod (at least 8 feet from house )Anyone here have any advice/insight on proper grounding of shielded Ethernet cable (That said I am leaning against using shielded cable)