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[ale] OT: Ethernet over cat-3?



On Mon, 2005-08-08 at 20:54 -0400, John Wells wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-08-08 at 13:04 -0400, James P. Kinney III wrote:
> > Bear in mind you can get Cat5e flat cable for running under carpet now.
> > I don't recall where I saw it now that I've opened my mouth...
> 
> Heh...hardwoods :(
> 
> Turns out I need to retain the phone line anyway, so I'll likely have to
> drop.  It should be fun...it can't go up because of a flat roof above
> and the switch is above the most remote and cramped part of the crawl
> space...couldn't be in a worse spot.  And the switch can't be moved.
> Here goes some fun.
> 
> Thanks for the suggestions!

Sounds like a no fun situation.

Some more suggestions: the 1/2" gray plastic PB conduit with a sweep
elbow is very useful for putting a fish-tape into a distant hole in a
bad crawl space. Home Depot has a long flexible bit that can be run down
inside a wall through a hole cut for a wall plate. No matter what you
do, use a pull string to pull the line with AND pull a second string
with the line (you never know when you'll need it). Sometimes surface
mount conduit is your friend. Standard riser cat5e cable takes a coat of
Kilz primer and latex paint very well. You can tuck one line neatly
behind the smallest 1/4 round molding that has had the inside corner
rabbeted out.
> 
> John
> 
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