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Old 01-05-2009, 09:43 PM   #31
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Use solid gel filled run in conduit, grounding not necessary, run more wire than you think you need, no splicing, no connections exposed to the sun, can use router to act as gateway to run more than one device, run rg6 for satellite TV.

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You don't have to run more than you need, its more your choice.

I think you got it down.

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Use solid gel filled run in conduit, grounding not necessary, run more wire than you think you need, no splicing, no connections exposed to the sun, can use router to act as gateway to run more than one device, run rg6 for satellite TV.

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Nope. Sounds good to me!
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Sorry to keep bring this back. Just thought of another question.

Do you need special connections when working with gel filled cat 5?
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Sorry to keep bring this back. Just thought of another question.

Do you need special connections when working with gel filled cat 5?
Nope, it's regular cat5. You can terminate with normal 8P8C ends.
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