Core infrastructure failures: Must-see photos

July 10, 2019
As with apples, so it goes with ICT cabling installations. There's a bad one in every bunch...

Welcome to our periodic round-up of the most penetrating structured cabling site work failures, as glimpsed on social media at Reddit's photo sub-communities for 'Cablefail' and 'Cablegore.'

"I guess it's quicker than grabbing the cable stretcher from the truck...the worst attempt at a BIX I’ve ever seen..." -- Reddit/Cablefail OP [orig. poster]: elhorneto
"Only 1/4 of the cables are plugged in." -- Reddit/Cablegore OP [orig. poster]: iLiveInABowl
"When the security guy just DGAF." -- Reddit/Cablegore OP [orig. poster]: ipsonator

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