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To install you can either screw (or nail) it in place, or you can use the adhesive tabs included with the conduit. The conduit is small enough to hide easily, yet, big enough to run 3 CAT 5 lines through.
This is a great alternative for someone living in an apartment, or for somebody who does not want to spend the money for a wireless kit (that will only give you at best 11 meg performance). The speed of your network is up to you and your equipment.
For the truly economy minded you can simply staple the CAT 5 cable along the baseboards. Be certain to use non-metalic, round-topped staples so that you do not crimp the CAT 5 or add inducted resistance (using metal staples) to it. You can run a CAT 5 cable up to 100 Meters without problem.
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