Networking

Teclogix can deliver a broad range of networking services of exceptional quality at competitive prices. 

You are probably here because you want more information / Prices on networking. You may be experiencing problems with your current network, or you may be looking to implement a new network. Either way, you are at the right place.

New networks

We are able to setup a network from scratch to fully operational. We do complete network installation including everything from:

  • • Cabling
    • - Cat 5e/6 (Includes: Fly Leads & Patch Leads)
  • • We supply the server hardware and software
  • • Setting up of the server software (Microsoft Servers)
  • • Software Licenses
  • • Workstation configuration (Desktop / Laptop / Apple)
    • - Adding workstation to the domain
    • - Do all data transfers

Available Options

1. Contract Clients on a Service level agreement (SLA) at a monthly fixed rate.

  • • Terms and conditions apply
  • • Site inspection to determine monthly needs
  • • Quotation with monthly rate
  • • Approval of SLA signing of contract

2. Non Contract Clients - Use us as your company needs arise. 

If you need any more information please contact us and we will get back to you asap.

Fixing / Analyzing an existing network

If you already have a network, but are uncertain whether it is configured correctly or giving problems, we are able to assist you with fault finding and determining whether your network is configured correctly and running at optimal speed.

  • • Hardware assessment
    • - Cabling
    • - Server and workstation
  • • Software assessment

Other IT Companies

Are you an IT company looking for a reputable and reliable partner to implement networks under your name/brand? Many IT companies already make use of our installation services. We install networks on your behalf and we guarantee that your clients network will be implemented on time and within budget. 

Our unique experience in multi-vendor, multi-technology networks makes us the ideal choice for projects that require an in-depth, hands-on understanding of network planning and deployment.

Pricing

A Cat 5e network point installation include the following:

  • • Up to 100m length
  • • Cat 5e wall box and termination
  • • Fly leads (0.5m up to 5m)
  • • Patch leads
  • • Excluding truncking (Ducting)
  • • Pricing subject to site inspection

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A Cat 6 network point installation include the following:

  • • Up to 100m length
  • • Cat 6 wall box and termination
  • • Fly leads (0.5m up to 5m)
  • • Patch leads
  • • Excluding truncking (Ducting)
  • • Pricing subject to site inspection

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What is a network?

A network is a collection of computers connected to each other. The network allows computers to communicate with each other and share information. 

Local Area Network or (LAN) is a network covering a small area like a home, office, or building. Current LAN'S are most likely to be based on Ethernet technology. For example, an office may have a wired network for users to connect local devices e.g. printers and servers and to connect to the internet. 

On a wired LAN, computers in the office are typically connected by category 5 (Cat5) cable, running the IEEE 802.3 protocol through a system of interconnected devices and eventually connect to the Internet.

Networking Hardware

 

A network card, network adapter or NIC (network interface card) is designed to allow computers to communicate over a computer network. It provides access to a network and often provides an addressing system through the use of MAC addresses. It allows users to connect to each other either by using cables. 

Routers are networking devices that forward data packets between networks using headers and forwarding tables to determine the best path to forward the packets. This is accomplished by examining the Header of a data packet, and making a decision on the next hop to which it should be sent. 

Some DSL and cable modems, for home and office use, have been integrated with routers to allow multiple office computers to access the Internet through the same connection. Many of these devices also consist of wireless access points or wireless routers to allow for IEEE 802.11g/b wireless enabled devices to connect to the network without the need for cabled connections.