Re: silly question - UTP or STP cables ???
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2004 01:04:49 GMT
Gaétan Martineau wrote:
> By curiosity, I redisconnected, took a multimeter and
> checked. The reading was 90 volts... But nobody was complaining about
> the network. (!)
Just measuring voltage, may not give you an accurate indication of a
problem. You have to see if it can support a significant amount of
current. Get a proper leakage detector.
Fundamentalism is fundamentally wrong.
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