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Outdoor network cabling.
I am familiar with installing small internal wired networks but I have been
asked to investigate the possible installation of a CAT5e network cable in
an outdoor environment. The length will be 80-90 metres and of course
outdoor quality cable will be specified. A short section will be in a
subterranean duct and the rest will be fixed to a low wall just below the
capstones. Apart from the obvious things is there anything else I should
look out for that might be relevant. TIA.
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