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Old 03-06-2008, 10:27 PM   #21
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Yikes, just saw those pics...

what i've done now matches what you show, but insted of 40 MILLION lines i'm working on about 10...
yeah, it gets mind numbing at times

any updated pics?
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Old 03-06-2008, 10:29 PM   #22
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didn't think to take any today when i had it all opened up. i'll get some more when i work on it tomorrow. I need to go pickup a patch panel so we can expand a little bit now. I tell ya, the network there doesn't impress me a while lot, and our server room is CRAP. but, its something to work with i guess. when i have to do my IT internship for school maybe i can talk CSP into letting me revamp some of that stuff.
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did you take an updated pic? I'm curious to see the improvement
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Old 03-11-2008, 11:27 PM   #24
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No, i haven't been able to yet. I will try and get one this Friday when I work on it again. unfortinuetly this is only a "side job" at work so anything else that comes up is higher on the priority list...

So far though I've put in a few more wall jacks and setup a switch and patch panel.
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ehh, prioity, schmiority. i want pics dammit!


J/K, when you get a chance of course
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Old 03-11-2008, 11:33 PM   #26
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you can count on it.


I'm going to ask my boss tomorrow to be transfered to our IT department for the summer so i can complete my internship for school. Wish me luck, hopefully they see some of what i've done over there as something of value and will play along with me...
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that would be cool, good luck man!

feel free to ask if you have any questions with that stuff again
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