I always use B unless matching existing. I will say that A makes it easier to use 2 phone lines or a 2 pair digital phone with 4 pair cable since the blue and orange pairs are in the same positions as USOC.
We have a shared folder setup with a bunch of subfolders and html files (internal website) User has full permissions to the folder and subfolders, can create new documents in the folder, but can't save changes in the html files when edited with wordpad. It gives an error 'Access to (file) was...
The issue is not the plate, the issue is that it's using couplers, IE the wires coming out of the wall would have plugs crimped on, then plugged into the coupler.
Get a 6 port plate and 6 punchdown jacks if you go that route.
This turned out to be an issue with the Xerox network print driver. I uninstalled, installed as an IP printer using drivers from Xerox's site and everything works. Just an FYI in case someone else runs into this.
HP 8470p w/ Windows 7 pro - whenever the user (or myself) tries to print a PDF the program just closes. I've tried removing DC, installing Acrobat XI, reinstalling DC, same issue.
I get some errors in event viewer -
Log Name: Application
Source: Application Error
The 568-C standard does not have anything to do with the color code, I found some more information here:
Hey guys - trying to figure this one out.
We use Exchange on premise. The owner of the company has his contacts shared out so his assistant can make changes to them.
Each employee exists as both a contact in his Outlook, and an entry in the GAL. She periodically makes changes like extension...
Here is an install I am finishing up. Buddy moved his company to a newer and larger building so I handled cabling and some of the CCTV work.
From top to bottom -
Netgear dual WAN router - Time Warner cable for internet, Windstream metro ethernet for voice traffic (hosted VoIP)
I would check out Panduit for sure. Somewhere I remember seeing a picture with a really nice setup of their management along with a chassis switch.
Of course I can't find the link but there's also a company that makes a type of harness you can lace all the ports of an ethernet card into for...
Couple pictures of an install I've been working on - this cabling is for Ubiquiti APs and cameras, customer bought a 48 port Ubiquiti switch, will be installing another switch and more cabling for the shop/warehouse.
TWC EMTA for internet and phone
Apple Airport Extreme router and wifi for first and second floor
Dell 2824 switch in the basement
Meraki AP in the basement
Windows Server 2003 (yeah, I know) DC, file share, testing
couple laptops and desktops
Several analog/digital phone systems, Inter-Tel IP...
At my new job, we are using Backup Exec 2012, backing up to a Snap Server and then a duplicate job to a Dell tape loader.
I've noticed a particular issue on our Exchange backups (this job goes to the Snap Server).
Job ended: Thursday, January 08, 2015 at 6:23:11 AM
Completed status: Failed...
Yes, we have about 4 different types all in use...66 blocks are the oldest but still the most common; 110 blocks; BIX which is mostly used in Canada, and Krone. I believe Verizon uses Krone in their network interface boxes.