Jonathan Byrne jonathan at yamame.org
Fri Feb 20 22:37:32 PST 2004

On Mon, Feb 16, 2004 at 09:39:35PM -0800, Ben Lovett wrote:

>No no no. The cable box would be inside, but the ethernet run would go 
>through to the outside.

That's what I mean.  You should use outdoor Ethernet cable, not the indoor stuff.  It's
big and thick, tough outer layer.  Should stand up well against the elements and
anything that chews on it.  Or, use regular cable and run it inside a conduit.
That's tougher still.

gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys ACC46EF9
Key fingerprint = E52E 8153 8F37 74AF C04D  0714 364F 540E ACC4 6EF9
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