I live in a house that has many telephone outlets daisy chained from the house connection to phone jacks throughout the house. The original cable TV wiring goes thru several splitters to TV F connector outlets in various rooms. The home network is connected using CAT-5 cables from the wireless router to additional computer locations in the house. On top of that, the Directv RG-6Qs cables from the 6 x 8 Zinwell switch all need to be re-done to accomodate recent remodeling projects. I want to rewire everything so that all systems (Cable TV, Directv, Internet and Telephone) can be re-configured or connected to future locations in a single media box. Can anyone recommend a good book for the do-it-yourselfer on what is needed and guidelines to follow. Working with the wiring is no problem as every connection in the existing system was done by me as one system after another was installed over the years.. It is now time to clean it up and plan for future growth.
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2/27/09 at 2:41pm