This week, one of many things I had been doing at work is put wireless internet connection in our teaching room to aid with presentations.
Here is the teaching room. Its a place we have our devotions or worship in the morning and bible teaching and conferences happen here too. The room has been modeled and furnished to look like something out of the time of Jesus. The opposite side has a roll down screen to use with a projector.
Some of the awkward stuff is done, the chaps from the home repair team (they fix houses of local Israelis who can’t afford to have repairs done themselves) did all the messy stuff of laying the cables under the floor of the flat above, we just needed to fasten the wiring to some sockets and configure the router 🙂
I got to learn a new skill, making network cables from scratch, using this special crimping tools to clamp on the connectors on the Cat5 network cables
In the top pictures I used this punchdown tool to fix wires the back on the network sockets which are carefully hidden behind some pillars. My colleague Christopher used the laptop to configure the router, but had some similar problems to I had with getting IP address range correct, the router is hidden up above this bamboo ceiling, only visible up there by some faintly flickering lights. All the technology runs transparently so our senior leadership can do presentations with a minimum of clutter. Its not finished yet, we ran out of time to get the router settings correct.