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hi,
   This actually is not a question but just a query.I wanted to know where can i get
detail information about structured cabling specifications for the ethernet network.you know,
about MDF (main distribution facility) ,IDF (intermediate distribution facility),cut sheets
and things like that. I would highly appreciate your help.
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G'day, ashmita
Search Google for TIA/EIA 568 standards. This is the standard that covers structured cabling.

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Check out vendors such as Leviton Voice and Data, OnQ, and cabling trade organizations like BICSI and Cabling INstallation and Maintenance magazine.

www.levitonvoicedata.com - Premise and structured wiring vendor
www.onqtech.com - Structured Wiring for the Home
www.bicsi.org - Data and Telecom organization
www.cableinstall.com - Trade publication.

Ben

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