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Old 07-02-2011, 05:12 PM
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Default Network hardware repairs and installations - viable business limb?

Hi Guys,

I am currently on a bit of a networking focus. I currently do network repairs and installations on an ad-hoc basis and mostly to enable computer services for clients. However, I am beginning to think that networking may be one aspect of the business that may remain steady should I develop it. I am currently going to do my CCENT and would hope to do my CCNA shortly after (I have already posted about that one).

My question is this: Do many of you perform network and cabling installations for clients as a main part of your service? If so how do you find it compares to software work and computer and server repairs? Is it more/less time consuming, more/less lucrative etc?

I'd appreciate the input.

Cathal
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Old 07-05-2011, 04:22 AM
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I used to do the odd job running cable but with everything wireless nowadays
Have not been asked to do it for years
It’s quite specialized poking wires thru ceilings and walls, pulling strings,getting covered with cobwebs and dirt
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