On Jan 21, 2008 12:15 PM, Darragh <lists at digitaldarragh.com> wrote:
> Is the process of connecting RJ45 cable to a patch panel / socket
> difficult to explain? I cant do it for obvious reasons but I'll need to
> get someone to do it in the next few weeks. I'm sure the electrician will
> be able to route it through the walls etc however connecting it is
> probably not something he's had to do before.
>> Also, any idea where I'd pick up a Krone tool?
It is definitely best done by someone who's experienced in doing it; it's
not difficult to explain nor to do, but it is kind of "knacky". Typically
the first twenty or so one does will be very bad. An electrician with
exposure to telecomms stuff will have no trouble doing it - or you could
simply request that (s)he practice on some cut lengths first.
Colm Buckley / colm at tuatha.org / +353 87 2469146
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