[TriLUG] [OT] Wired/wireless networking in house
c.crider at gmail.com
Sat Jan 8 12:47:45 EST 2011
I put all of my gear (cable router, switch, cables out to rooms) in the
which is the center of our house. Everything was cabled using the crawlspace
I'm no pro, and I'll be calling one to do the next house.
Got some ideas from this site: http://www.swhowto.com/
There's a TriLUG'er (who's fond of good beer) that you may want to reach out
On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 12:33 PM, Martin Streicher <
martin.streicher at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am renovating a house and need some guidance on how to wire it for
> wireless and wired access.
> Specifically, my home office needs wired access, as does my son's room and
> the family room for higher throughput console and AppleTV connectivity. The
> rest of the house can be wireless. The house is a ranch style house with a
> metal roof and ample attic and crawlspace access.
> My initial plan is to have the cable modem in the office with a wireless N
> router. The router could then feed Cat-5 cables going to the other two
> rooms. This means that a bunch of Cat-t cables have to get pulled into the
> Another option would be locate the cable modem and wireless router in the
> attic and pull Cat-5 cables to the office, son's room, and family room. In
> the office, I could then connect another wireless router for wired and
> wireless connectivity in that end of the home.
> If you have wired your house, please let me know what you did. Is the attic
> sufficiently heated and cooled for the equipment to be there? Where did you
> place wireless and wired routers?
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