I currently have a POE access point in my warehouse but the range isn't hitting a certain spot so I want to move it to a higher location. The problem is the cable I already ran only has about another 3ft of slack. I want to move it another 20 feet up. Can this be done by adding a module to one end and a rj45 end to the other and just continuing the run or will that burn out the module?
I'm trying to avoid running a new line from the base to the access point and instead just splicing in and continuing the run.
You got a rj45 crimper right? Snip off the cable after the PoE injector but before the PoE splitter... closer to the PoE will be easier. Put a rj45 connector on both ends of the freshly cut cable. Then
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