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Networking – Building a Prewired Home. Mike Cherney. Prewired Home – built 1995/6. Wiring Cost - $941.85. 7 Phone Jacks 12 Security Contacts 6 Category 3 Runs 13 Coax Runs 7 Category 5 Runs 2 Speaker Wire Runs Much less expensive at time of construction!

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Networking building a prewired home

Networking –Building a Prewired Home

Mike Cherney



Wiring cost 941 85
Wiring Cost - $941.85

  • 7 Phone Jacks

  • 12 Security Contacts

  • 6 Category 3 Runs

  • 13 Coax Runs

  • 7 Category 5 Runs

  • 2 Speaker Wire Runs

    Much less expensive at time of construction!

    Cable provider may install some of this (at no charge).



First home mac 1990

Basement

Basement

First Home Mac - 1990


Appletalk network 1994
AppleTalk Network – 1994

bluejay

modem

Basement

Basement

Basement


Appletalk network 1996
AppleTalk Network – 1996

Interact

modem

modem

modem

Guest Room

Office

Bedroom

Basement

Office

Office


Transition to pc s 1998
Transition to PC’s – 1998

Interact

modem

modem

modem

modem

Guest Room

Guest Room

Office

Office

Basement

Bedroom

Office

Basement

Office


First ethernet 2000
First Ethernet – 2000

Interact

modem

modem

modem

modem

modem

Dining Room

Guest Room

Office

Office

Bedroom

Basement

Basement

Guest Room

Office

Bedroom

Office


Router 2001

Dining Room

Router – 2001

Interact

modem

modem

modem

modem

modem

Guest Room

Bedroom

Office

Office

Basement

Basement

router

Guest Room

Office

Bedroom

Office



Cable modem 2001

Dining Room

Office

Office

Office

Office

Cable modem – 2001

Qwest Online

Cable modem

router

Guest Room

Bedroom

Basement

Basement

Guest Room

Bedroom


Hub 2001
Hub – 2001

Qwest Online

Cable modem

router

hub

Dining Room

Guest Room

Basement

Basement

Office

Office

Bedroom

Guest Room

Office

Bedroom

Office


Today
Today

Qwest Online

Cable modem

  • 3 Desktops

  • 3 Laptops

router

hub

Dining Room

Guest Room

Basement

Basement

Office

Office

Bedroom


Installation
Installation

  • Almost everything worked

    • Plug and Play

    • Out of the box

  • Interrupt Conflict

    • Between one ethernet card and modem

    • Tried debugging using Microsoft “Help”

    • Tried manually changing interrupts

    • Solved by removing modem card

  • Cable Modem Installation and Service Activation

    • $62.50 (ask for special offers)


Hardware costs
Hardware Costs

  • Modems

    • $5 (on sale / rebate) - $60 / each (no longer used)

    • built into newer laptops (still used for travel)

  • Ethernet cards

    • $5 - $10 / each (on sale / rebate)

    • built into newer laptops

  • Router

    • $60 for 4 ports (on sale / rebate)

  • Hub

    • $40 for 4 ports

  • Cable modem

    • included in service


Monthly cost
Monthly Cost

  • Broadband - $48.90 per month

    • $51.92 per month with taxes and fees

    • Includes 16 channels of cable TV

      • Cost without cable TV: $49.95 per month

    • Includes cable modem rental

  • Dial-up - $11.95 per month

    • Required landline phone line

    • Evaluating discontinuing landline

      • $35.05 per month including taxes and fees


Speed
Speed

  • In general, slower than my lab

  • In general, faster than my office

  • This is a hint

    • I should bother network services


More that could be done and is it needed
More that could be done and “Is it needed?”

  • Add Wireless Access Point

  • Add Network Printer

  • Put Ethernet Card in Mac

  • Controlling Internet Access

  • None of this is needed.

    • Is it home infrastructure?

    • Is it leisure time activity?


In retrospect
In Retrospect

  • Cable Modem – Good Investment

    • Connect time

    • Downloading time

  • Prewiring

    • Now bundles including fiber

  • Router + Hub – Get a single package

    • Router with wired ports for desktop

    • Wireless Access Point

    • Print Server


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