Moving CAT6 cable for access point; inside the wall

Moving CAT6 cable for access point; inside the wall

The first network run I did in this house β€” was to the hallway access point. It ran along the basement stairwell ceiling, through the basement, and into the home office.

Since I’m already running hidden network cables in the same area, I figured why not hide this one as well πŸ™‚

Invisible cables are the best kind of cables!

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Running three CAT6 cables to the living room TV bench

Running three CAT6 cables to the living room TV bench

Ever since we bought the house, last year, I’ve been planning to run wired network to the living room TV and media center β€” it’s time to finally get that done πŸ™‚

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Running two CAT6 cables to the play room

Running two CAT6 cables to the play room

We recently got a family computer in our play room, and it of course needs network. So I ran a 20 mm conduit from the basement, through the kitchen, to the play room, and pulled two CAT6 cables.

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Downgrading Unifi APs from 5.43.43 to 4.3.28

Downgrading Unifi APs from 5.43.43 to 4.3.28

Shortly after I upgraded my Unifi access points from 4.3.28 to 5.43.43; I started getting timeout issues. Not all devices, but some; the Raspberry Pi driving our DAKboard, and both our Netatmo air quality sensors.

It took me a while to understand what was happening, and I didn’t immediately relate it to the firmware upgrade.

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Troubleshooting the garage access point

Troubleshooting the garage access point

Ever since I ran a underground CAT6 to my garage β€” my Unifi UAP-AC-M access point have been acting strange…

I initially noticed that whenever I was close to the garage; I would loose internet connectivity for a few seconds. At first I just thought it was an area with poor coverage, but looking at the signal strengths that didn’t make any sense.

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