My dog chewed through my ethernet cable, can I fix it?

Posted on 2009-05-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-22
My new puppy chewed through an ethernet cable that runs under floors, behind walls, etc.  I cannot replace the whole cable.  Can I patch it, is there a patch kit you would recommend?
Question by:Revolution9
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You can patch it to a wall socket and  for the other end you can use a crimp tool to fix a RJ-45 connector.

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Zoooink earned 500 total points
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Soomething like this should help resolve your issue

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thanks bro!

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