Home Theatre & Automation
Re: The NBN Rollout and What it means to the new Home owner42
Mar 13, 2016 10:49 pm
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Re: The NBN Rollout and What it means to the new Home owner44
Mar 15, 2016 12:04 am
Looks good. We're did you buy this .How much is the cost and model no please.
I have a trade account at my local electrical wholesaler but you be able to get it for around $200. All of the info is here http://builtboards.com.au/nbn-enclosures/
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Re: The NBN Rollout and What it means to the new Home owner45
Apr 05, 2016 12:09 am
Antenna Direct Perth
Get your home NBN Ready
Smart Wiring and Structured Cabling in Perth
Antenna Installations | TV Wall Mounting | Data Cabling
HD Security Camera Systems / CCTV
Re: The NBN Rollout and What it means to the new Home owner46
May 14, 2017 11:59 pm
How do I work this if I am building a new house in an area where NBN isn't available yet (knocking down old house - so not a new estate) We will also only have access to HFC. We are also subdividing which, as part of that process means houses need to be NBN ready.
We want data points in an up stairs bedroom, to be able to connect 2 pc's via ethernet and also be able to connect the TV via ethernet too. Ideally we'd have the central hub/wireless router with the TV. However, since NBN isn't available yet, but our house will be NBN bready(don't even know what that entails), what should we do with our build?
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