Outdoor cabling

  Jim P-C 18:29 23 Jul 07

I have a Netgear RangeMax Next Wireless ADSL2 Modem Router DG834N. I'm trying to extend the network to work in an office (a wooden summerhouse 30m from the house). The Router does not have a connection to connect to a patch antenna unfortunately. In any case, I would prefer to connect a cable to the Router and run it out to the office as am sure this would be reliable. I therefore need to get some armoured cable (water and rat protected) but don't have a clue beyond this. Can anyone suggest what type of cable I need and where to get it from. An electricity cable to the office has already been laid. Any ideas or solutions most welcome. Jim

  umbongo(uk) 18:45 23 Jul 07

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networking over the mains just one idea
read up on it ont web

same goe for below

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cat cable then just buy 2 wall sockets 1 office one home and patch in
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you do know tht the signal degrades over length

just google and you will find lots of people who have done projects on what you are wishing to do

  woodchip 19:28 23 Jul 07

As above use the Main power line

  woodchip 19:42 23 Jul 07

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