|The UTI-1 (and amplifier) are located under the cash register counter.|
|Customer wanted to connect audio to paging system in back room.|
Also connected 2 analog lines and a network jack.
|The network is directly behind the center jack on this wall.|
Wiremolding used to bring line to jack on left.
|No drop ceilings, wire strapped to wall on ceiling.|
Every drop on this wall (3 in total on this wall)
has cross beams of varying heights that I had to get around.
|Close-up of one of the cross beams|
that I had to get around in this room.
|I had another cross beam in the other room,|
This was one of the larger metal studs that I have come across.
I took the photo with my hand to show perspective
of the size of this cross beam.
|Since it is an under desk installation,|
and an addition to an existing network
I opted for using a wall jack instead of patch panel.
|The top jack and top switch was installed by me sometime a year or two ago. (for VoIP network)|
The bottom switch is going to a secondary router as a double NAT (for PC network)
At that time the network was so small I just used 8p8c connectors instead of punching in jacks,
except for the wire going to the main network closet.
|1 foot patch cords were too short, so I used 3 footers,|
which were a drop too long so I twist tied them as neatly as possible.
Keep in mind this network is behind a desk and not visible.