I really wish it could be and I did look into that. But unless you want
to spend big cash
you are going to have to cable for phones anyway. You can get 802.11
handsets but they cost about €500
a phone. The other option is a dect system but you need a cabled PABX
with them as well.
On the network side 802.11g is nice, but its just too early. Its not as
reliable or as fast as plain old cable.
Anyway, a few people have contacted me as a result of this post and the
price is going down.
Timothy Murphy wrote:
>On Thursday 04 March 2004 09:25, Keith Davey wrote:
>>>>>I am punching not crimping. Crimping I've done before. Its getting the
>>cables into the wall boxes and
>>patch panels that I need.
>>>>>>Couldn't it all be done wirelessly?
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