Here is my good friend and fellow Hebrew student Jimmy, these days hes helping Bridges for Peace up in this building now loading up pallets of food that will be transported around to Israel’s most needy families.
Some of the new equipment I received has European electrical plugs on it, rather than Israeli ones which often happens. This will work, but without a grounding pin, there is safety issues and the equipment may not be protected by surges or storms although there is a UPS system here. As I didn’t bring any more electrical cables with me, I cut off the the plug and wire on a Israeli fitting.
Added an extra network switch here to provide more room for expansion for this building, especially as putting an extra PC for a new member of staff. I did have some rolls of velcro but I left them behind, so it wasn’t possible to make all the wiring look neat sadly, it needs some re-jigging to enable the glass door to shut also. 🙂
I needed to change some settings on the wireless networks, so took my work Sony laptop and found I got 4 out of 5 bars at the other end of the huge warehouse here. I was quite impressed the wireless had such good coverage. I would like to get an extra router running as a spare sometime a bit later.
This cupboard holds our communication equipment, these mysterious warning stickers are from the previous business that was here as there was chemicals that were stored here previously. I made some interesting discovery based on some stuff in the bible I had been reading lately….