A basic rule when laying out networks starts with seperating voice and data cabling with white and blue respectively. It's red all over when you do not phisically seperate networks for management of successful VoIP implementations.
Connectivity, such as patch panels, hubs, switches, routers, and power
Having the right tools, gets the job done right
Tone Generator and Probe (Wand) to find cables by adding noise and identifying cables via tones. Tone and trace wire on non-active networks.
Displays cable length, wiremap, cable ID, and distance to fault. Detects today’s media services, including 10/100/1000 Ethernet, POTS, and PoE
Electrician's Scissors are made of tough tempered steel and feature a free-fall snip design for greater ease of use. Cuts 19 and 23 AWG electrical communication wire.
Impact Punch Down Tool For seating wire into terminated blocks & cutting off wire end after termination.
Proper implementation of VoIP is done by creating its own network