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It starts with a complaint: the internet is slow. Yesterday it was fine. In the morning it was fine. But now, the Zoom meeting is jittery and web pages load way to slowly.
You have asked everyone to stop using the internet at certain times of the day so that you can get your work done, and still it doesn’t improve.
So you Google “Internet Problem” and “How to fix slow internet”, looking for a way to fix your flaky internet connection. Then one day, a card shows up in your mailbox saying you can fix your home internet by upgrading your phone network to a computer network, and now you want more detail.
The Communications Panel in your Home
If your home was built in the last 20 years or so, you will have a communications wiring panel in one of the bedrooms. It looks like a metal cover to a heating vent.
Behind this panel is where the phone wires connect to each other.
Before: Phone Jacks for connecting phones to the phone network
The phone jacks look similar to network jacks, but they have a smaller head.
Network jacks with up to 10 drops per home
But what if you could replace each of these jacks with network cable plugs and then attach a network switch to it so that you lightning fast internet connections at every desk and in every bedroom around the house?
Then the plugs would look like this.
With the plugs being rewired, and the addition of a network switch, you can plug your computers into the wall and surf the net at speeds previously only dreamt of.