Can't argue with the price and I have used dozens of these cables in various lengths. The application in many industrial settings is demanding with low latency requirements. Zero issues with these cables and the shielding helps out in noisy environments.
There's nothing wrong with it. Yes, you can hook it up from the Cable modem to the wireless router. But if you don't want the cable modem to sit on top of the wireless router, or vice versa, or have the two sitting side by side, then I'd recommend getting a little longer cable. It has a little bit of spring to it, when trying to do that. I ended up using the 5 FT Augmented Category 6 cable to wire my cable modem to the wireless router.
PROS: Works well when going from Cable Modem to the Wireless Router.
CONS: I'd recommend getting either a 2 FT or longer CAT6A cable. It has a little spring to it when trying to wire the cable modem to the wireless router. I ended up using the 5 FT CAT6A cable instead.
Well constructed, terminations are molded nice and the integrated boot is a functional touch. This is the newest gigabit cable (necc. for full duplex-gigabit up and back). Great that many sizes available.I love the 1" version (use from modem to router).