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No, the intelligent (budget-concious) solution in this case is to use the cat3 conductors and any of various schemes to run ethernet over them; starting with the base case that 10Mbit ethernet runs happily on Cat3 wire, and many Cat3 wires are actually fine for 100 Mbit. Those are "free" solutions. You could put trunking switches on either end and run a ...


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You should never do a home security system yourself. Hire a professional that has been in the business a while. It's not that expensive for the most part. Unless you know specifications on mounting height on motions and how a glass break works, what frequency to set it to etc, you are really setting yourself up for false alarms, which can add up. In ...



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