Wireless Networks Thread, Proper network cabling in Technical; Originally Posted by Michael
As for patching fibre, I've mostly seen direct runs switch to switch. There really is little ...
18th December 2008, 04:44 PM #16
You might not move the fibre connections much, but what if you're patching other things, and happen to catch your fibre feed? You could end up snapping the ridiculously skinny fibres and voila, you've got a multi-hundred pound repair job on your hands. All for the sake of a £50 box.
Originally Posted by Michael
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18th December 2008, 04:45 PM #17
Well then we're in agreement. It is possible, but I personally wouldn't do it. I wouldn't be able to tell which cable is from where and it would look an absolute mess!
I would disagree on that point whilst it is technically possible it isn't ideal and repatching is a nightmare.
18th December 2008, 05:52 PM #18
That looks familiar :-)
Originally Posted by old_fogey
I think the whole of our stuff on cabling standards is public.
Some of it is very specific to Imperial but there is good info in there on good ways of working.
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