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Local Area Network Creation.

Our offer includes planning and installation of computer networks in small and medium-sized enterprises as well as households. We create LAN networks based on CISCO devices or those specified by the client. We design LAN and WLAN networks at both the building planning level and carry out the installation of RACK-type boxes. We select suitable equipment (patch panels, switches, routers, recorders, cameras).

What does a typical collaboration with us look like?



We get to know our client’s needs and requirements regarding the LAN network being built or information about the existing infrastructure.



Prior understanding of the client’s needs and requirements regarding the network allows us to correctly execute the stages of design, wiring placement, and testing.


Installation and Configuration

The final stage involves mounting network devices in the RACK box, configuring network devices, and testing them.

Service Quality

As a small company, we are aware of the challenges associated with limited personnel. Therefore, we have adopted a strategy in which we invest in the latest technologies, introduce innovative solutions that accelerate our work, and allow us to maintain the highest standard of service for our clients.


For LAN network implementation, we prefer using CISCO equipment. Their products are known for their reliability, which translates into stability and security in the installations we create.

Professional LAN Network Implementation

Thanks to the LAN network, it is possible to connect monitoring systems with intelligent security devices, enabling remote monitoring and control, thus enhancing the level of security.

We will provide for you:

1. LAN Network Planning

During discussions with the client, we carefully analyze both their current needs and expectations regarding the planned LAN network. This enables us to precisely tailor solutions to individual requirements and ensure optimal functionality of the network infrastructure. Our goal is to comprehensively understand the client’s existing infrastructure so that we can effectively integrate new solutions with existing systems.

Before implementing the LAN network, we create:

Location and Structure of the House:
Square footage of the house and number of floors.
Information about the building structure, such as the type of walls (e.g., concrete, wood), to assess the impact on potential WiFi signal.

Number and Type of Devices:
Determining the quantity of devices that will be using the network (laptops, smartphones, televisions, printers, etc.).
Types of devices to tailor the network to different needs (e.g., smart home devices, surveillance cameras).

Expected Transmission Speeds:
Information about the expected internet speed to tailor the network to the client's requirements.
Bandwidth needs, especially if the client plans video streaming, teleconferencing, or gaming.

Work and Entertainment Areas:
Location of places where the client frequently works, uses the internet, or consumes multimedia to optimize the placement of network devices.

Network Security:
Security requirements, such as network access, password management, or whether the client needs VPN functionality.

Planned Additional Technologies:
Information about planned additional technologies, such as smart home systems, automation, or monitoring, to incorporate them into the network plan.

Current Network Infrastructure:
If there is already existing network infrastructure, you need information about the current devices (router, switch, access points) and their locations.

Scope of Installation Work:
Whether the client prefers cables to be hidden under the floor, in the walls, or if visible wires are acceptable.
Decisions regarding the location of access points and network sockets.

Determining the available budget for network installation to tailor solutions to the client's expectations.

Gathering this information will allow us to deliver a personalized and optimal solution to the client, meeting their specific needs and expectations regarding LAN networks at home or in the office.

Requirements Analysis:
Understanding the client's needs and requirements regarding the network, including the number of devices, transmission speeds, coverage area, etc.

Creating a Diagram:
Developing a network diagram that includes the locations of sockets, access points, switches, and other devices.

Hardware Selection:
Choosing the appropriate devices such as routers, switches, access points, as well as cables and RJ45 sockets.

Cable Routing Plan:
Determining cable routes, considering safety, minimizing interference, and facilitating future modifications.

At this stage, we aim to anticipate all the issues we may encounter during the network construction and determine how to address the anticipated problems.

Wiring distribution

We provide comprehensive wiring distribution throughout residential or office buildings, operating with full professionalism at every stage of the project. We ensure precise and aesthetic cable laying, ensuring smooth communication in your work environment. We guarantee not only high-quality execution but also the flawless operation of your network infrastructure. Choose our offer to be assured that your needs will be met with the utmost care and professionalism!

2. Building Wiring

Routing Cables in Rooms

The thorough analysis of the client’s needs and requirements regarding the network forms the foundation of our work, enabling us to plan each stage of the project efficiently and precisely. This allows us to adjust the project strategy accordingly, ensuring optimal cable routing and effective solution testing. Our approach is based on a deep understanding of the client’s expectations, guaranteeing comprehensive fulfillment of requirements and satisfaction with the quality of work performed.

Below is a general overview of the steps involved in network cable installation carried out by our company:

Determining the locations for network sockets, Wi-Fi access points, and the network hub.
Identifying the type of cabling (e.g., cable categories, socket types).

Socket and Access Point Installation:
Installing network sockets and Wi-Fi access points in pre-determined locations established during the planning phase.

Cable Routing:
Routing cables through walls, floors, or ceilings as per the building's requirements and conditions.
Carefully arranging cables, avoiding curved paths to ensure uninterrupted data transmission.

Cable Connection to Sockets and Access Points:
Connecting cable ends to sockets and access points following standards and recommendations.

Using cable testers to check the correctness of connections and the proper functioning of the network.

Cable Labeling:
Labeling cables to facilitate future management and identification.

Cable Securing:
Securing cables using clips, cable covers, or cable trays to minimize the risk of damage and improve aesthetics.

It is essential that the entire cable installation process adheres to electrical and network installation standards and regulations to ensure safety and effective network operation.


Using a cable tester to verify the correctness of connections and ensure the proper functioning of the network.

Cable Labeling:

Labeling cables to facilitate future management and identification.


Preparing documentation containing the layout plan of sockets, access points, types of cables used, etc.

Professional Installation and Configuration

We provide comprehensive installation of RACK cabinets and network devices, ensuring professionalism at every stage of the project. We take care of smooth installation and optimal configuration, ensuring the seamless operation of your network. With our service, you can be confident not only in the reliability of the execution but also in the stability and security of your network infrastructure. Take advantage of our offer to ensure that your business operates at the highest level!

3. Installation and configuration

Connecting sockets and network devices

Selecting the appropriate RACK cabinet:

Choosing a RACK cabinet with suitable dimensions and capacity to accommodate the required number of devices. Standard RACK heights include 1U, 2U, 4U, etc.

Mounting RACK rails:

Installing RACK rails inside the cabinet to provide mounting points for devices.

Mounting devices in the RACK cabinet:

Placing network devices (servers, switches, routers, etc.) onto the RACK rails.

Securing devices to the rails using mounting screws.

Connecting devices:

Connecting network devices to power sources and to the network.

Cable management:

Organizing cables using cable organizers, patch panels, and other cable management components.

Carefully routing cables to avoid signal interference and facilitate maintenance in the future.

Conducting functional tests to ensure that all devices are properly connected and functioning as expected.

Securing and labeling:
Closing the doors of the RACK cabinet to secure the devices from unauthorized access.
Labeling devices and cables to facilitate future maintenance and repairs.

Documenting the arrangement of devices in the RACK cabinet, port numbers, network configuration, etc.

Monitoring and Maintenance:
Establishing a system for monitoring network devices.
Regular maintenance and updates as needed.