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Thread: Wiring a house for Phone, Internet & TV

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    Extreme DIY Homeowner Scuba_Dave's Avatar
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    The terminal block connection is just for the phone
    We will probably end up with 3 hard wired phones, then some wireless. But as long as I'm wiring I might as well run the wire
    Someday I may go back & use a punch block

    All CAT5e wire has been run for the Network
    I have a 24 port CAT5e patch panel & CAT5e quickport connectors for the other end. Verizon supplied the wireless router, everything has been up & running for over 2 years. I'm building an addition & finishing up the 2nd floor dormer
    So it was time to run the low voltage wiring before the insulation goes in

    I will still have access to most areas after the drywall goes up
    But it's easier to do it now, and its cold out so I'm doing inside work

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    The terminal block is in & the wires I have run so far are connected
    Plugged in our 2nd phone - working
    I'll check the rest of the plugs tomorrow

    Now I can start Terminating the CAT5e runs in the basement
    DIY Handyman (not 4 hire)
    I have enough to do to my own house

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