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Topic # 127365 7-Aug-2013 20:39
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Although my house is only 5 yrs old the original owners/builders couldnt see the point of installing ethernet cabling (grrrr). I've been making do with Homeplug/Powerline devices but my networking requirements have now outgrown this type of solution.

I'm not necessarily looking for the whole smart-cabling enchilada, but would be open to it if the price was reasonable. At a minimum I just need 4 cables (2 in two rooms) run to another room without destroying the walls.

Does anyone know of a reputable installer who can do a nice tidy retro-fit?

Life is too short to remove USB safely.

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  Reply # 873515 7-Aug-2013 21:04
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Flick me some details, I can do this kind of work - usually :)


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