10286 Rama Ct
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Manuals.
Pictures.
Work on the second floor hallway, planned and completed.
Work on the middle second floor bedroom, planned and completed.
Work on the smallest second floor bedroom, planned and completed.
Work on the den.
Work I've done on the family room.
Work I've done on the front foyer.
Work on the front porch, planned and completed.
Work on the full bathroom, planned and completed.
Work I've done on the garage.
Work on the half bathroom, planned and completed.
Work I've done on the kitchen.
The remodelling of the laundry room to accomodate a large washer and dryer combination and repair the disasters created by a previous owner.
Work on the master bathroom, planned and completed.
Work on the master bedroom, planned and completed.
Work on the largest second floor bedroom, planned and completed.

Diary

  • January 17, 2015
    • General
      I installed an Ooma Telo in my office, and connected it to one of my Polycom desk phones. I activated it and It works well. This isn't the intended permanent location. I will eventually put the Ooma Telo in the kitchen and connect it there. I need to disconnect phone wiring to the outside world, and it's non-trivial to do from the basement because the wiring is a complete mess. It looks like the previous owners had 4 separate phone lines from the telco. It also appears that those lines and the alarm system were not installed when the house was built. There's a spaghetti mess of cut and crimped wires in the alarm enclosure in the basement, and I don't see a 66 block anywhere. Nothing appears to be labelled.

      Since my Ooma Telo is behind my firewall, I only connected its "WAN" port and reconfigured it to allow access to its web interface on that port.