For those that may be interested, this is how I have my LAN set up. The rack holds a 2-wire RG (3800HGV-B), a 24 port patch panel, Prosafe 8-port Gigabit switch (GS108), extra patch cords. White 2 foot patch cords are for u-verse set-tops & dvr, Red is for desktop computer & medi-devices (xbox-360, blu-ray). Space to expand if needed. No need for UPS or battery backup, due to currently no system critical devices on the network.
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Hope you dont mind me hitting you up on this site. I was polling the web trying to find some diagrams of whatever the heck ATT does with their service wiring.
I am sure with another 10 hours, I can find the answer, but I wanted to pick your brain about your set up.
I am trying to do something similar in my wiring distribution panel. But it looks like AT&T hacked wires moved stuff...and it makes no sense.
Could I PM you offline about this?
Thanks in advance,