Lead it around the door frames and ceiling
@megamanx181x, sneak it under the carpet like a man!
@seeUpee, gonna need a long coat hanger to guide that thing
@megamanx181x, this is why God give us a penis
It can also be a tool
@seeUpee, easy there, we need at least a foot not a quarter
@megamanx181x, well… this is where you pull up some teen, or milf or hentai and get a foot long… or math… lots Diophantine equations… what ever gets you going… now you have a tool that can go under the carpet… and let me tell ya, that alone is an experience all by itself
@seeUpee, you truly are a sex machine
@megamanx181x, did I ever tell you the time I warmed up a watermelon for a minute in the microwave? Now that right there was niceeeeeee
@seeUpee, no… fvcking… way
@megamanx181x, he went into great detail about it
Protip check the CAT rating as the signal starts to deteriorate at the 100 ft mark in some cables.
@Zoopercar, also, use Blue Jean Cables, they make really high quality cables and run diagnostics on each cable they make and ship a copy of the results with your cable.
Just install a biscuit and run it in the walls
My roommate does this. It basically hangs over the kitchen and along the wall until it gets to his office
Glad I have an unfinished basement... Run 5 dell servers and all hard wired Ethernet on a 32 port ubiquity switch, plus 8 poe and 3 waps.
@phalcon , What router do you use?
@xir1111011, OPNSense running on a, Dell r210-II
@phalcon , Oh sick. How are you finding it? I have a Netgate appliance running pfSense+. If you've used both before, how does OPNSense compare?
@xir1111011, I only switched to OpnSense because pfsense stoped working properly when I switched to Starlink.
For some reason I only get like 1.5mb down and. 5 up with pfsense and open sense well max speeds 150+ down and 10+ up.
Running xcp-ng hypervisor too.
I don't know why, but tried 100% clean installs, but pfsense just, doesn't work. And frankly after spending a couple hours trying to figure out why I gave up lol.
I do wish OpnSense had pfngblocker or what ever that thing is called. I prefer pfsense user interface.
@phalcon , I see! That's actually really interesting, we were having a problem with our local ISP's fiber modem with the pfSense router: random and severe packet loss. Just when the pfSense was connected, though. If the pfSense router was plugged in, both routers would start dropping packets badly.
We never did get a solid answer on why that was happening, it just stopped at one point.
By the by, it's called pfBlockerNG
@xir1111011, ya I really can't say. I couldn't find others eith my issue so nothing to even google or look for. But since OpnSense is working for me and meeting my needs, that's all I worry about.