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#208800 28-Feb-2017 12:16
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Hey everyone,

 

 

 

Wondering if anyone here has suggestions on how it would/ who would be best to lay Cat cabling in Hamilton? I live upstairs in a two story house, and have been using Powerline adapters to get networking upstairs, but both the internet speeds and local speeds to my media shares are abhorrent. I have two seperate rooms where I am wanting to run the cabling to: a bedroom with a 4KTV, and a cave with a bunch of gaming consoles. Thanks.

 


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  #1727614 28-Feb-2017 12:21
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Rented house, or owned?





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  #1727621 28-Feb-2017 12:22
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Rented.


 
 
 
 


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  #1727625 28-Feb-2017 12:23
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recommend @coffeebaron on geekzone is in Waikato 


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  #1727627 28-Feb-2017 12:27
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Hmmmm..... I would love to say 'start drilling 8mm holes through wardrobe walls' etc, but your landlord would probably like to have it discussed first.

 

Perhaps come up with a plan that involves cables running out of sight (inside closets etc) and then discuss it with them.  Better to do that than risk your Bond payment.

 

Installing a central super wireless access point and using wireless adapters for all of the gadgets may also be an option.





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  #1727695 28-Feb-2017 14:26
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I looked at this thread title and instantly thought: Keys, bowl.





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