Services NetTraffic offers.
NetTraffic provides testing of the cabling infrastructure that is already in place in your office, build the Wifi network for you seamlessly, and if ever you are moving office we can help you with the relocation as well.
Network Cabling Installation Process
1. Survey of the office building
2. Acquisition of materials needed
The site visit gives the engineer an idea of the materials required. These materials can be a network cab, patch panels, a switch, boxes of Cat6 cables, modules, wall sockets, black boxes, face plates, RJ45s, cable trunks, cable ties, etc.
3. Setup and Installation
The Net Traffic installation team would do any cabling work on the agreed time and date. Care would be taken to ensure the removal of any dust, debris or waste materials generated during the works.
4. Testing of network points
The final piece of the picture is the testing of the network points connectivity. Once all the points have been labelled tested and verified, devices like computers, printers can now be connected to the newly designed cabling infrastructure.
Most of the common wireless network would be your Wifi connection at home, at work, or even in a public library where Wifi is available to all. Internet wifi is limited to a certain distance range. In order to solve this issue, you need a device called access point (AP) to extend your wireless network. The manufacturer that we have tried and tested are Ubiquiti and TP-Link acccess points. They are robust and work perfectly with less maintenance. Mesh technology is becoming more and more of a trend now in wireless networking. Both of these AP support Mesh technology setup.
Extensive Cable Testing
Comprehensive and thorough network test is necessary for a new or existing cable network to guarantee voice and data communication. Thus, cable testing is a standard operation in all networking projects and cannot be ignored in the process.
COMMON NETWORK CABLING ISSUES:
- Faulty network points
- Faulty RJ45 connector
- Accidental cutting during cable runs
- Very old and incompatible cables
Phone System Relocation.
Phases in Moving your Phone System
The assigned engineer meets up with the company’s designated person to discuss about the relocation. The engineer will also visit the site to check the phone system’s condition. If we support the phone system then the next course of action is Planning.
When everything is agreed and decided on the first phase, the engineer will layout a plan for the move. The plan involves the time and date of the move, the detailed cost budget for the work, the day when the phone system goes live, etc. This plan is then communicated to the designated person.
3. THE ACTUAL MOVE
On the day of the move, the NetTraffic team will make sure that all the devices are packed, labelled, moved, and reinstalled accordingly.
5. GOING LIVE
The assigned engineer will be on-site on the day business operation is back to normal. The engineer will stay for as long as needed to solve any issues that will arise. NetTraffic will guarantee a smooth transition of the move.
What are you waiting for?
Reach out to us today and enjoy the many advantages that NetTraffic Engineers and technicians can do to your business.