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Network Security Alchemy

The home communications closet

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Because I am slowly ripping the house apart, it makes sense to add some CAT5e at the same time. Structured cables require a central location where you can patch them together, and at home I don’t want to dedicate a load of space to a server room. I spent some quality time with the hall cupboard and some MDF.

Before

The "Before Shot"

The after shot

The "After shot"

I mounted the patch panel vertically so all the back-end CAT5 will be hidden. Power is fed to everything from behind the panel (held in with magnetic clips) to keep things tidy.

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Written by leonward

March 17, 2009 at 10:10 am

Posted in Home Cinema

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  1. Cable ties. Hidden power adapters. Room for expansion. Very nice indeed.

    You would be running openwrt on that broadband router, wouldn’t you. Of course you would.

    Mr. SynAck

    March 23, 2009 at 11:43 pm


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