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Relocating a Modem and a Switch for a dr.'s office

Relocating a Modem and a Switch for a dr.'s office

Relocating a Modem and a Switch for a dr.'s office

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I just recently helped out my doctors office by relocating his 16 port switch and cable modem to another part of his room at his office. Was not an easy task. I had to extend all his ethernet lines that were all going in a hole in a wall. it was a lousy set up to begin with. His modem and switch were hanging on the dry-wall by screws and all the wires were hitting his nurses feet under their desk. So i helped him out and relocated everything and made it nice and neat. My issue is I have no clue what to charge him for the work. I know how to do the work just not in the field. So if anyone has a good idea of a price range for relocating approcimatly 13 cat 5 outlets and a cable modem please assist. Thank you.

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