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

Henry Linneweh hrlinneweh at
Wed Dec 17 18:23:31 UTC 2003

Any good software out there for cable documenting and even routing and for 
ECO when things are changed?

Alex Yuriev <alex at> wrote:

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

It is not that difficult *if* the money is spent in a short term to make
sure that no ugly and silly stuff is crated in a longer(long) term.

Strategically pre-running certain parts of the facility with cat5/fiber to
minimize the "dynamic" portion of interconnect is a really good way to
reduce the mess.


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