Any idea what a «shaft» may be in computer science and networks?

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The question translated is as follows:

«What do you know about the mechanical culvert (Shaft) and where is it used?»

Any ideas are appreciated
 


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Thank you for your time but the article in the link is too technical I don't think they go that far.

The questions before and after that have to do with structured wiring for computer networks so I suspect that might refer to the physical shaft that needed to connect the floor distributors with the main distributor usually in the basement of a building, I will go with that
 

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For wiring, that makes sense. I've never done wiring myself, except in my house.
 

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Is it just a bad translation? Could they be talking about pipes?!

Edit: never mind, I’ve just read the other post about wiring! Probably not pipes then. Ha ha!
 


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