Some outdoor ethernet cables come with RJ-45 connectors at each end, but if you’re routing the cable through a wall, you’ll have to cut those off anyway – or drill unnecessarily large holes.
The best way is to buy a reel as long as you need, and cut it to length. Kenable’s unshielded outdoor cable has solid copper cores and a PE sheath which is weather resistant and can be buried underground. For wall mounting, use 7mm cable clips.
It only comes in black, but as it’s Cat6 it’s capable of gigabit speeds – if the rest of your home network is up to it.
Kenable also sells a push-down tools as well as faceplates.
Ethernet cable buying advice
There are basically three main factors to consider when buying an ethernet cable: category, length, and style. However, the advice is different if you want to use them outside.