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Hi,

You can comment on the Wiring your own LAN article here.

Seasons Greetings and Enjoy! )(

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As a reminder the forum is open for disscusion on the topic of LAN wiring or the article itself.

Likewise... if there is an interest in an example LAN Workup Sheet, or you have any kind of question, just post your request and we will see what we can do. :coder
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Hi,

This is a GREAT article. A BIG thanks for all the information and the hard work to publish it here on winasm.net.

Regards,

Antonis


PS. If anybody wants to write a technical article and publish it here on winasm.net, I would be glad to upload it.
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You are very welcome Antonis. ;)

Since I mentioned talking about tools in this discussion forum...

Here is an image of the RJ-45 Network Tester I used for testing each node/trunk... plus test the patch cables used to connect up the new router and patch panel.

It is the DataShark #70025 from Paladin Tools. The kit is supplied with the tester/signal generator, two 6" inch patch cables, and the remote signal test receiver/display.

The kit also includes a black pouch/carrying case and retails for around $25.00 (US).

Of all the testors I looked at... this one was priced within my reach and worked very well. A true time saver.


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beware using Ethernet LAN tools for other RJ-45 application! ;)

electric power counters may have RJ-45 outlets for RS-485, and their wiring differs from Ethernet LAN, some of them have looping, on other side such device like MOXA NPort also may have RJ-45 to connect RS-485 and have own pinout... once some guys been helping me assembling net of these counters in one building, and start from testing my work with such cool tools. obviously, they got result that all wirings are absolutely broken :D then i proove them it is fully correct with mine "beeping" tool :P

regards!
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