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Data Rack Hi I ran cat 5e cable to each point one for phone and one for data. A total of 20 points. I did a trade school copurse on data and phones but did no prac. How do I wire up data racks? regardsRobbie

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  • mr security Jan 26, 2009

    I have run the cable s to all points and fitted off the points I now have the cables all together ready to be patched into a rack and the connect to PC and phone line coming in.

    What data racks do I need ?

    Total of 10 point and phone outlets

    I have 2 phone lines coming in.

    Thanks

  • mr security Feb 16, 2009

    I havent brought a patch panel yet.

    I have phone on one cat 5 and data on the other



    thank you

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    What do you mean? Did you buy a patch panel? Are you trying to terminate both the phone and data wires on a panel or only the data?

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