good cabling in real environments [Re: Request for submissions: messy cabling and other broken things]

Robert A. Hayden rhayden at geek.net
Wed Dec 17 17:19:46 UTC 2003



On Wed, 17 Dec 2003, Pekka Savola wrote:

> Now, we've seen a few pics of "good" cabling as well.
> 
> However, I'm forced to ask which kind of "good cabling" is possible in 
> a dynamic environment when you plug in/out, change, etc. the cables.  
> This seems to invariably lead to total chaos :-).

You hire one wiring nazi.  Never let them take vacation or sick time, and 
make sure all changes go through them.  If he needs help, you let him hire 
and train his junior nazis.

> How do you do good cabling in dynamic, real environments? :-)

And keep the engineers out of there! 

:-)





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