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Suggestions - cabling


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  • Subject: Suggestions - cabling
  • From: "Mark McCall" <mark@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1999 10:08:04 +0100
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Hi All

Well...the time has come...no more talking...time for action!

Next week I will start pulling the CAT5 cable round my new house.  Keith
Doxey (aka Krazy Keith) is flying into Northern Ireland tomorrow night and
staying with me all next week to help (a big thank you Keith!!!).

I have around a mile of CAT5 sitting in my garage ready to go into the
house
for everything from data, phones, IR, CCTV etc etc.

Now...I've read all the articles and even watched the programs on the
Discovery Channel.  What I want now is some last minute hints, tips and
various pearls of wisdom from anyone out there that has ever pulled cable.
Anyone know of a hand tool we should have?  Any suggests for an simple and
effective way of labling the cables?  How should we test it?  Anyone know
of
a Pizza place that delivers to my area :-)

Any input welcome before we start the scary stuff on Monday morning.

Thanks to all.

Mark


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