On Wed, 3 Mar 2004 17:23:50 -0000
"Gerard Keating" <gerard.keating at fintrax.com> wrote:
> > I am working for a company about to move to a new building. We need
> > to cable the building
> > and we are getting stupid quotes for terminating the network cables.
> > We can lay them cheap enough
> > but its connecting them to the floor boxes and the patch panels that
> > is costing a fortune.
> > All in all its looking like almost €70 a cable, which seems crazy to
> > me.
> > Is this something you can do yourself if you buy the right
> > equipment? If so what does it involve?
>>> With the right equipment, connecting them to the floor boxes is fairly
>> The real "problem" can be the patch panel end. How many points are you
> planning in your building.
>> A good guide is at least two network points per person, three is
Make it four - add a spare :-)
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