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Today i mostly finished what I started Wednesday, pulling the ethernet, phone and TV coax through the underground conduit into the shop. I turned it into the front wall so it is protected and ran it to a PVC wall box where I will terminate them. The blue is CAT 6 cable, beige is phone and the black of course is the coax. The ethernet and phone are doubled for security.

I tried all day to get my IT guy, but kept hearing he was out of town.
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Good plan, Stan. I'm doing without wiring by placing my wifi router where I can get wifi in the shop as well as the house. But, it isn't as good as having wiring.
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Wifi doesn't work too well penetrating a big grounded metal shell. I will have wifi inside it though.
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Very true, but if the wooden end faces the house you could get it in that way. However, CAT5 is much better.
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Since the wooden wall faces the street, that won't help. CAT 6 is better yet.
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