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network with pabx

ejun
guys i want to hear some comments / suggestions from you. we are planning
to network a company. using a cat5e, the 2 pairs(4 wires) will be using
for LAN and the remaining 2 pairs(4 wires) will be use for pabx.

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Re: network with pabx

Demuel I. Bendano, R.E.E
can u draw a ASCII rough sketch of what you are trying to do?

> guys i want to hear some comments / suggestions from you. we are planning
> to network a company. using a cat5e, the 2 pairs(4 wires) will be using
> for LAN and the remaining 2 pairs(4 wires) will be use for pabx.

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Re: network with pabx

Shane J Pearson
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On 30/11/2006, at 10:20 PM, [hidden email] wrote:

> guys i want to hear some comments / suggestions from you. we are  
> planning
> to network a company. using a cat5e, the 2 pairs(4 wires) will be  
> using
> for LAN and the remaining 2 pairs(4 wires) will be use for pabx.

1000BASE-T requires all 4 pairs.

Will this thread be involving OpenBSD?


Shane

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Re: network with pabx

ejun
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here's the diagram. --> http://203.177.22.150/lan_voice.jpg

> can u draw a ASCII rough sketch of what you are trying to do?
>
>> guys i want to hear some comments / suggestions from you. we are
>> planning
>> to network a company. using a cat5e, the 2 pairs(4 wires) will be using
>> for LAN and the remaining 2 pairs(4 wires) will be use for pabx.

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Re: network with pabx

Demuel I. Bendano, R.E.E
I wonder why your question end up here in the OpenBSD mailing list. Anyways,
for the PC-to-Server, do a cross-over(1236-6321) at both ends. If you want
still, from PC-Switch-Server, two straight(1236-1236) wound do. For the
PABX to your telephone, please be specific if these are Asterisk and VOIP
phones. As a hint, crimp another cross-over and straight thru cables and
check. If the light is litting up and you can hear a dial-tone from the
phone to the pabx, then that is the cable connection.

Hope it helps.


> here's the diagram. --> http://203.177.22.150/lan_voice.jpg
>
>> can u draw a ASCII rough sketch of what you are trying to do?
>>
>>> guys i want to hear some comments / suggestions from you. we are
>>> planning
>>> to network a company. using a cat5e, the 2 pairs(4 wires) will be using
>>> for LAN and the remaining 2 pairs(4 wires) will be use for pabx.