How to wire your house with Cat6 cable? Which equipment use to create a wired network?

Although nowadays wireless is being considered simpler , a lot of people still don’t trust it due to multimedia sharing, bandwidth on a home network, and paranoia about wireless security.  If you are feeling the same way, you may want to use a hard wired solution for home networking. Having a wired network at home allows you to have a private, high-speed network for internet access, file sharing, media streaming, online gaming, IP security cameras, and much more. Therefore, here’s a step-by-step guide to wiring your home with Cat5e or Cat6 ethernet cable. Step 1: Initial Considerations and Planning (decide what it is your want) Which room(s) do I want wired? How many ports do I want in each location? What is a good location for distribution? . What path should the cables take? (How should they be laid out around your home) This is probably the most difficult consideration. What network speed do I need? (This depends on what you plan to do with your internet connection. Gaming? Media downloading etc…)This will mainly play a part in what kind of switch to get.   Step 2: Required Tools and Materials (and Costs) The cost of tools and materials can vary, based on your needs and what you already have. Tools Ethernet crimping tool (only if you’re putting plug on the ends). Cost: $13 on Amazon. Drill (primarily for drilling through wall top plates, but makes screwing faster too). Cost: varies Paddle bit or hole saw (size will vary by how many cables you’re running). Cost: usually around $20. Pointed hand saw (this makes it easy to cut holes...