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Topic # 185135 11-Nov-2015 11:51
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Hi,

Hopefully someone who deals with cabling (network) sees this and can assist.... I just need someone in the trade to take a quick look at a quote Ive been given for wiring up an office - to my eyes it seems quite high, but maybe it is the going rate these days...... I'd potentially go do the job myself but its way out of town for me :)

So if someone thinks they can help, pls PM me ASAP and Ill send you the quote.

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  Reply # 1426447 11-Nov-2015 19:05
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Depending on the location and length, I've seen $400+ a port. 







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  Reply # 1426495 11-Nov-2015 19:56
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  Reply # 1426500 11-Nov-2015 20:03
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I'd be happy to give you the name of a guy we use for our clients who is pretty cost effective and is very good in Auckland.

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Lias: Depending on the location and length, I've seen $400+ a port. 





Holy Smoke was the patch panel in a different city to the Outlet?

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  Reply # 1426505 11-Nov-2015 20:11
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Lias: Depending on the location and length, I've seen $400+ a port. 





Wow. Was that using Gold plated Monster RJ45 sockets?



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  Reply # 1426512 11-Nov-2015 20:25
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Just did 2 rooms myself, cost $140 BUT that included buying the tools (set) to do it!  Didn't charge myself labour.  Further ones will cost SFA.  Good to DIY, because it gives you cheap extra options.




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  Reply # 1426865 12-Nov-2015 12:59
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Nah, but it was a long run, at a fairly decent height (would have required scissor lift hire, working at heights ticket, etc.)






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