UPDATE 1/1/12: This customer has added more than the 24 jacks that the 2 12 port panels are capable of terminating. At first I just added several surface mount jacks to add capacity. However the network has become rather messy, and I am going to be installing several more jacks in the coming days. The 2 - 12 port panels and extra jacks at the network closet are going to be replaced with a 48 port patch panel that should provide enough ports for the new and existing jacks, as well as some availability for even further additions and expansion of the network.
4 more runs need to be installed, as well as at least 2 door phones.
|Punching down 12 pair panel|
|All wired up ready to be punched down|
|12 port panel punched down ready to be mounted.|
|12 port panel ready to mount.|
|Ready to punch down second 12 port panel.|
|Cat 5s all stripped.|
|Ready to punch down 12 port panel.|
|2nd 12 port panel punched down and ready to mount|
|2nd panel ready to mount.|
|Panels mounted, wiring ready to be pulled back.|
|Excess slack wire service loop strapped up in ceiling.|
|2-12 port panels mounted and labeled "A" and "B"|
|All jacks mounted next to electrical outlets.|