On 10/12/06, Shannon O'Donnell <shannon.odonnell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

An alternative to running the wire inside the walls is to run it on the
outside of the wall and use a plastic wire cover to hide it.  Doesn't
looka as nice but if you can't get into the walls, a problem I had in my
cabin where the walls were 6-inch logs, then it's better than nothing.


Another alternative that worked for us was to use the return air vent.  Our
router is in the basement, and my son has a PC on the second floor.  Instead
of running the cable through the vent "grid" in his room, I rerouted it in
his room so the cable comes out of a wall plate.

Dunno if I broke any building codes doing this.

- Dan

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