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Broadband

Discussion in 'Networking & NAS' started by TOM ALLEN, Apr 3, 2004.

  1. TOM ALLEN

    TOM ALLEN
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    Hi Guys & Gals, getting 512 kbps Broadband installed next Wednesday 7/4, as I live in an old terraced house I don't have wooden skitting in the back room; it's PLASTER.
    Now then, when it's fitted they'll have route the cable around the perimeter (clipping as they go) this worries me as the plaster will break.Can anyone who has had it fitted by Telewest advise alternatives w.h.y (could they lash the cable over the roof?).....still looking forward to it though!!!
    :D :D :D

    Tom
     
  2. Hawklord

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    It's great to have BB. I've had it for about a year now and could never go back to 56k :rotfl:
    You'll be up for some fragging fests soon then? Get waggling your joystick:eek:
     
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    Why not terminate as soon as the cable enters the house, and plug in a wireless hub / router, then you don't need the wires to go anywhere.
     

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