Very nice, this is a good idea for our gaf, I'm getting pretty annoyed with
all the cabling in the kitchen.
I actually ventured behind the "yoke" to tidy it all up, did it, put it all
back in place and it was exactly the same as before. AAAAAGGGHHHHH.
I am thinking about buying a second hand Proliant 3000 with 6 scsi harddisks
and an external storage unit with a dat etc etc for a really sweet price,
but obviously it will have to go far into the attic else there'll be war.
We got burgled yesterday and I lost two beautiful laptops - so a 60 kilo
Proliant would be pretty safe instead of a new laptop.
Can you mail me the url with the article, I would love to read it.
I didn't get the whole place done - all I have is five blank sockets
around the house, each with two CAT5 sheilded twisted pair cables behind
them. It cost £270, for the cabling and everything terminates in the
attic. They also didn't provide the proper wall plates (I'll do that
myself when I need to use it).
Expect to be charged £50 a socket plate if they wired it up, and about
£300 extra if you want them to put in a patch panel in the attic.
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