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# 214591 19-May-2017 10:46
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Hi folks,

 

 

 

Looking for a company/person who can deal with laying a data/network cable outside the house.

 

What I want is to lay CAT6 (for outside!) cable in 2 places:

 

 

 

1. From room <-> balcony <-> attic, thats easy, should not be a problem

 

2. From room <-> balcony <-(~40-45m air)->  garage, most important and that is a problem cause there a power cable.

 

 

 

Currently it is using TP-Link powerline and Wi-Fi extender and I don't like how that works.

 

 

 

I don't need it immediately, may be in the month or two.

 

 

 

Contacted 5-6 companies, just one company is called and they are busy, other companies didn't respond.

 

 

 

We will talk if you are interested in.

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  # 1784658 19-May-2017 10:59
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You need to mention where you are, else the transit costs could be rather high!




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  # 1784662 19-May-2017 11:13
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Sorry, its Wellington. Whats transit costs?


 
 
 
 


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  # 1784671 19-May-2017 11:29
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I guess you've already determined that something like an 802.11ac ptp isn't suitable for your application?




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  # 1784675 19-May-2017 11:32
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Yes, thats right.


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  # 1784681 19-May-2017 11:45
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01EG:

 

Sorry, its Wellington. Whats transit costs?

 

 

 

 

For example if we suggested someone from Auckland to do this they may charge you for 14 hours driving charges to get to Wellington for your job ;)





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  # 1784682 19-May-2017 11:50
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Zeon:

 

For example if we suggested someone from Auckland to do this they may charge you for 14 hours driving charges to get to Wellington for your job ;)

 

 

Right. :D may be next time


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  # 1795520 6-Jun-2017 17:10
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Still available


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  # 1795525 6-Jun-2017 17:15
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Have you tried builderscrack?




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  # 1795527 6-Jun-2017 17:16
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Not really, had a bad experience a long time ago, may be I should again



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  # 1800862 14-Jun-2017 11:07
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Try electrical wholesalers. Redpaths etc.


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