I know this has been discussed zillion times, but I couldn't find my answers. I will be wiring my new house with Cat6, and I am a unclear on some things. Only done this in rooms with rised floors and suspended ceilings with conduits alredy installed. So I have no idea what to expect running in walls around wood.
So far I've got my cable, keystone jacks, panel and front plates. What I am not sure about is:
1. How am I supposed to attach the cables to the wood?
2. Do I just leave the end of the cab le hanging at the place I want to have the jack installed in the wall, or I should use some sort of wall box to make sure that they will cut the drywall at the place I I want it?
2. If I need wall box, which one should I use? The same model they use for the power outlet? Do I have to attach it to the wall?