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[Discuss] Future-proofing a house for networking -- what to run?

On 9/13/2017 3:49 PM, Shirley M?rquez D?lcey wrote:
> Something that hasn't been noted is that, even in a wireless future,
> you need to feed data to the wireless devices and wires are the best
> way to do it. I need a WiFi access point on each floor to get good

I kinda did but in two pieces and I didn't connect the two: run conduit
with pull strings to near-ceiling work boxes where you would mount
access points. Then just pull what you need as you need it.

Given the premise of ripping out drywall I would suggest two boxes, one
for the data conduit and the other for power (Romex).

Rich P.

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