Questions About Cat5E Wiring In Condo
Any thoughts?? What I want to do-- is to connect my router that's located in Room A to Room B. While you can plug a phone into a RJ45, it really doesn't fit right. Right now my modem/router isn't plugged into the wall ethernet outlet.So I think you're saying, put a switch in the closet, connect the cat5e cables to it (which will close the http://robotadv.com/questions-about/questions-about-networking-wiring-closet.html
USAFRetApr 11, 2015, 9:43 PM wolffenjugend said: How do I go from the router to the switch in the closet? All the Cat5e cables terminate back to the central closet and they're all hanging loose (two connected to phone jacks that are also hanging loose). Nobody in the building board knew anything......so I started searching myself and found something that looks like a centralized communications room in the basement of the building. I have no idea why someone would do that.Click to expand...
valis, Jan 4, 2012 #5 bpontin Thread Starter Joined: Oct 26, 2009 Messages: 5 valis said: ↑ wow......that's insane. Advertisement Advertisement There are a number of ways to do this. That is to help prevent someone from driving a screw or nail into the electrical cable. How to temporarily mark a trail?
My last apartment had an electrical outlet that allowed me to install a GB Switch and connect all of the wall outlets. · actions · 2015-Dec-27 10:49 am · kherrPremium Memberjoin:2000-09-04Collinsville, Advertisement Advertisement 2. These type of things are very hard to diagnose without either eyes on, or a reliable wiring diagram.But basically, the wires from the rooms all terminate back to that central closet, Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. This can be done a number of ways. And the issue had been researched, the specifics uncertain, and the framing work was done with "hope". wolffenjugendApr 11, 2015, 8:47 PM USAFRet said: wolffenjugend said: USAFRet said: You do not need a second router.
You'll also want to label both ends of each cable with a sharpie. It's always easy to tuck extra length into the wall.Next up: making connections.Step 5: Connect the Wires to the Jacks and Patch Panel GIF Pictured above: RJ-45 plug diagram. These type of things are very hard to diagnose without either eyes on, or a reliable wiring diagram.But basically, the wires from the rooms all terminate back to that central closet, I plugged a short patch cable from my patch panel to each port on my switch and turned it on.
To be honest, I don't know if either would work. Can anyone tell me how these condensed typefaces are created? The aluminum is the bottom of the shelf that the switch sits on. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.
There are NEC codes which might come into play -- http://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/22208/is-there-a-required-spacing-between-where-high-and-low-voltage-lines-attach-to-a There could be a 12 to 24 inch required separation. http://robotadv.com/questions-about/questions-about-ram.html What do they do? »