Last month, SandyNet had to get Internet connectivity from the old Hoodland library, across the street, to the new one. Part of the switch required a new line to be drug from our splice case on Welches road to the new library. Northsky got an OFS 24 pair (I think?) to the site, but left it coiled up outside. So, the team and I performed the first ever SandyNet aerial splice.
In addition, Chris and I did a tower climb a week or so later and drug 16 Ethernet cables up our Waybill tower. From there, we performed a few rescue training exercises, and called it a day.
It has been a while since my last post, and a lot has happened since then. I have spent a lot of time writing a piece of software and customer, record, helpdesk management system.