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Old 09-27-2015, 04:13 PM   #15
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Again, this assumes you have at least 4 wires and have the skill, tools, and desire to do the install. Now that I think about it, that would be a good project for my own MH.
It also assumes that it's a straight wire with no splices in it along the way. That's not a great assumption.

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On my coach there are three phone outlets. The one in the back outside bay, one by the dining table and one up front by the passenger seat. You will probably have a lot better luck running your Cat-6 cable down and thru the bays than trying to use the old phone cable as a pull line.

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I like how this turned into a debate over wi-fi vs. LAN. Work does not allow Wi-Fi for my home server, unfortunately; but I still have wi-fi already for many of my devices.

It appears I will be running a new CAT6 and leave the old phone line in place (its only a 2 wire line).

Thanks for the thoughts! Much appreciated, as always.

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