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Installing internet cable is easy with these tips from AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter. Discover how to hook up computer ...
internet wiring in your home. Internet cable installation is a job you can do.
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Are you building you new home, or perhaps remodeling? And everybody has seen one of these things. It is just a standard electric box, and you put a lot left block circuits in it, or even telephone jacks. But I will bet you there is one thing you have not thought of. How about computer jacks?
Yes, the future is here, and you need to think ahead for computer wiring. It has eight wires inside of the cable, and they are colored. You will have a blue pair, a green pair, a brown pair, and an orange pair. Is it important to put it in? You bet it its. Who knows what the future holds?
We are going to have computers controlling many, many things, and you better put it in now. It is available at most electrical wholesalers. Your electrician knows where to get it. It is called category five. Is it easy to work with? You bet it is. You install it after the high voltage wiring is installed, and it just fits in to these standard electric boxes. It is just like any other wire, and then you use these special little jacks. They are called RJ45 jacks that the wires put them to the back-up, and bingo.
Once it is all connected, and you have all of your computer wires at the central location, you have got your house networked. It is really important to do this. It can cause you a lot of money to do it after the fact. Look how simple it is. It is simple to put computer wiring in. I know I do not have any drywall in. I just wanted to show you how fast and easy you can put in computer wiring.
Make sure you put in, in all the locations where you think you might have computers in your home, or your remodeled home.
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