I'm a Network cable installer and and I am new to this industry. I need a clarification.
According to the cabling standards, is ther anything for cable organisation or cable bundling?
Let me be little more clear. Take an example. Say it is a 200 seater office, each desk having 4 cable drops. 1 drop will be used for data, 2 for voice application and 1 extra.
While organising these cables in the Network rack, is there any rule that all the cables are to be terminated in the same rack sequentially?
Can I terminate 2 of these cables in 1st rack and 2 in the second rack and fix my network equipments in the 1st rack and the voice panels and other things in the 2nd rack?
Is there any hard and fast rule that all the cables from a user outlet should be terminated in a same rack? What is the universal convention?
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