Pickup North New Jersey - New Providence / Berkeley Heights
Wiling to ship if buyer pays ACTUAL UPS cost to box/ship to location + $80.
- lower bottom door sometimes will lose grip, pushing closed holds in place.
- front io door removed / not included
- fans inside case will be included...
nothing crazy expensive since a monitor won't be connected to it full time. Just incase need to access windows / to setup initially. ..I have a 850 corsair psu in there that was running my 1070gtx prior so it should be powerful enough.
So I got majority of the cables punched down and setup nicely.
One cable though is giving me issues. I use my network tester on it and it shows 4 & 5 open. I replaced both keystone jacks and tested again with same reading.
Another weird issue my network identifiers for some...
I actually have a network test kit with the r45 labeled 1-20 I can put in the outlets to label them later on so not too worried about that.
Yes I specifically had him run it's own circuit for the equipment. All walls are completely closed except this small corner. The builder finished the...
I figured it out thanks to reddit you put this https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/311hwmXS5sL._AC_.jpg in the telephone out end of the modem then you can use this wire (RJ11 6P4C to RJ45) then connect that to the patch panel and bam all is well (in theory, results to follow)
Sorry I don't have readily access to the location, but what I am asking is this
Cable Modem has R11 jack for output.
I take the blue ethernet and punch it down to a CAT5 keystone.
So now I have all the telephone wirings on cat5 keystones. How do I connect say the 4 telephone Cat5 keystones...
I have the tester for lan, coax, etc already.
What I do not know how to do is go from the telephone out on the cable modem to the connections for the phones with the blue cable. I looked up telephone switches but it does not seem like the right thing.
I have punchdown, crimpers, testers, etc all that. I ran cat6 in my own home, but only did 6 terminations and a wall plate for the 6 that connects to my switch. This is a much larger scale than I've ever done. Thanks for the confidence lol