Get rid of those wires you've taped to the floors and walls
Subject: General Tech | August 23, 2006 - 11:41 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
MAKE:Blog has linked to a guide on how to wire your home for internet, putting the Cat 5(e) or 6 into inobtrusive places. Perfect if your home didn't come with conduit runs and junction boxes to help you.
"Wherever you call home, it probably didn't come wired up for that most precious of home utilities:
internet access. Sometimes wireless networking can only take you so far. Guerrilla network wiring
might sound a little strong, but sometimes it ends up feeling like an episode of MacGyver, without the
bombs. (Unless you count flaming laptops.) In today's How-To, we'll show you how to make your own
cables and teach you a few tricks for getting them where you need 'em most around the house."
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