This gallery shows parts, components, etc that helps make a telephone network work, pictures shown here taken in mostly public places.
Because Allworx needs it’s own labeled drop? Undisclosed location
NH STATE HOUSE
These jacks would be used for a spade-to-spade connections. This was taken in 2008 at the House viewing level.
MOUNT WASHINGTON HOTEL
The Mount Washington Hotel (now owned by the Omni Hotel chain is one of the first modern hotels built in 1902. The hotel was also the first to have a PBX switchboard, but times had since changed. Wiring simple things like a Cat 3 or 5 is very difficult to do here, and the cash register terminals are the priority. Wireless is provided to the visitors. The Hotel has since upgraded to an Avaya system, but mostly is a digital or analog setup, due to the wiring restrictions.
NYS CAPITAL – SENATE HALL
Taken at a restroom at Utterly Delicious, a ice cream shop in Lincoln, NH. (great place for local ice cream, can’t help to plug in – no pun intended!)
A NYNEX labeled network interface box in Merrimack, NH taken in 2012.
A Verizon NID taken in 2015, when this was replaced in 2010 during a windstorm.