I purchased a new home and I had the builder rought in three ceiling stereo speakers on main floor and two ceiling stereo speakers on second level which includes a volume control. All wires are run to my family room on main floor. I also noticed they ran Cat5 from volume control on my second...
Great info but a little complicated to a newbie.
You guys oviously have way more experience in this.
Can you reccomend the equipment that I need?
What about a diagram, it would make things much easier to understand.
:punk:I'm looking to install in my home IP Cameras(4) and Volp phones(3), my question is do I need to purchase one switch. Or do I need 2 switches, one for IP cameras and one for Volp phones.
If you also have a diagram please let me know.
I live in the Toronto area and I'm looking for a store or online that has great deals on networking equipment. Cat5E keystones to switch ports. I don't want to pay crazy shipping prices.
WHo wants me help a newbie
I purchased a new home and I ran Cat5E cable throughout the home.I ran 4 Cat5E(Future POE security cameras) and Cat5E to (Four bedrooms). I also want to run Cat6 to main level ( Possibly to 6 locations). The reason why Cat6 is I got a great deal online.
I will be installing the proper keystones...
Thanks for that great information.
I have very little networking experience.......here we go.
How and/ equipment needed to setup your system.
Patch panel, do you need two of these? one for cameras and one for the (TV computers, printer).
Help me out.
I have new build home and I so far installed Cat5E for security cameras ( 3 Locations indoor) and I dropped the wires to the basement. I also in future want to run 2 lines to outside as well.
I have never purchased or have experience with a camera security system.
What is the specs I should...
This is great in for.
SO I should purchase a patch panel that's compatible for Cat6 then which it's compatible to run Cat5E cable.
That sounds easy........
I sorta read about purchasing something that can clean the internet signal before it comes into your home.
Great info people.
So it looks like I'm going to install Cat5E keystones for Cat5E wire and Cat6 ketstones for Cat6 wire.
The runs to the main floor locations are much shorter and it looks like Cat6 will be fine.
What about of type of patch panel do I need? One that's Cat6...
I purchased a new home and ran one line of Cat5E cable to each of the 4 bedrooms before the drywall went up. I also ran Cat5E wire for future cameras, one on main floor hallway and one on second floor hallway. I dropped all the wires to the basement and separated the camera wire and internet...
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