William Allen Simpson
william.allen.simpson at gmail.com
Mon Jun 16 23:58:05 UTC 2008
Once upon a time, plenum-rated cable only seemed to come in white or blue,
so I tried to use white consistently. Always helps to visually identify
the correct usage for POPs in existing buildings.
And, I've a tendency to use black for "internal network management" (unable
to be seen off LAN/VPN). Easy to tell staff "don't touch", and to visually
ensure going to the correct switch ports.
Yellow was pretty common for crossover cables, but now-a-days it's all
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