Unit 5 NT1310 Cabling Factors and Tools.

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Noel Averruz NT1310 Unit 5 Assignment 1: Cabling Factors and Tools. In a cable installation there are a lot of things that you have to put into consideration. You want to draw up a plan first and think of some things that you would want to include in the plan, where your telecommunications rooms are located, What is the distance from your leased line to your core router, and what type of cables are you going to be using for your backbone and horizontal lines, you also want to consider where the electrical wires are running and run data cable on the opposite side of the 2x4’s or Beam. You shouldn’t consider cost when you are designing a network. You are going to want to spend as much as necessary to make a great and reliable network. You want to think of the safety and how your network will function with different cables. These things are important because your network will have to meet the needs of the company. You also want to make sure you have things in place like what type of fire protection your network will have. You want to make sure your racks in your telecommunication
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