Throughout this book, you learned about several cabling and connector options that may be used on networks. Some, such as RJ-45, are very common, whereas others, such as Fiber LC connectors, are used only on newer, high-speed networks. So that you can compare such connectors and ensure that you understand their differences, this Appendix compiles drawings of the connectors and a brief summary of their uses in a simple table. You must be familiar with the most popular types of connectors to qualify for Network+ certification. You can find more detail about these connectors and the networks on which they are used in Chapter 3 and 6.
Table C-1. Network Connectors and Their Uses
Male Connector (Front ...