I am converting my garage into an office and want to design the most logical way to route my data? [more inside]
I have a home networking question! About my home network! Read more about it, after the break. [more inside]
Ethernet ports in every room, but none of them work. The brains of the system which is in the wall of a closet is a Square D Multi-Link Structured Wiring System. How do I find out how it's set up and how do make it work as it should? [more inside]
So I have ethernet ports in every room, and I'd like to somehow hook up the internet to them. Any advice? [more inside]
How do you troubleshoot a cat-5 drop? [more inside]
Help me convince my friend of a basic networking truth. He sent me an e-mail saying he was assigning static IPs to all the devices on his home network so the signal would be stronger. More details inside: [more inside]
In a similar vein to a previous question of mine, after successfully tackling that problem, I am now again trying to 'bridge that gap'. This time a neighbouring house in our community would like to be wired up for internet.
Do I need to do anything special to apply latex paint to cat5 cable or to coax cable tv cable? Do I need primer or anything of that sort?
I'm wiring my first network patch panel tomorrow! Any tips, suggestions, things to avoid? I'm also having trouble finding a good wiring diagram. [more inside]
AVFilter: Can I extend HDMI over CAT5? No baluns or fancy equipment - just copper, baby! [more inside]
If i want to install a network socket box in an office, each with 2 ports, how do I wire it? [more inside]
Please recommend a cat5/RJ45/network cable tester to troubleshoot existing wiring. [more inside]
I'm setting up some telephone lines, and well, I really don't want to lay more wires than I have to. So this is the deal, I've got five telephone lines, and three telephone (rj11) jacks. We've just installed wifi, and so a number of unused ethernet cables. Is it possible to buy an adaptor that will allow me to use a cat5 cable to send plain old telephone over them? [more inside]