On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 05:33:11PM +0100, Anthony Staines wrote:
> So, what should I do? The simplest solution, if it worked, would be to
> put one double RJ-45 socket in the wall in the office, put the two
> cables into this, presumably using an RJ-45 crimp tool, and run each
> cable up to a single RJ-45 socket in the wall in the attic and kitchen.
> Would this work? Any advice on suppliers of good quality sockets?
> Obviously this solution doesn't scale well, to say the least, but I can
> live with that.
>Sockets, kits, cables and all the tools are available (suprisingly
enough) in the electrical section of B&Q in Liffey Valley ... I noticed
them the last time I was out that direction ... almost tempted myself !
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