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Need Wired connection on second floor.

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Josephbacon00
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Need Wired connection on second floor.

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Hello,

 

So a technician had recently came to my house and setup the quantum router on my first floor that's attached to a splitter with coax to my DVR box. I am trying to figure out the best solution to get a wired connection on my second floor without having to drill holes or call a technician for $180. What do you suggest? Also, if I want two more televisions in the future on the second floor, would I need more verizon boxes? Thanks in advanced!

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You can try a power line adapter.

If you have coax running upstairs already, then you can also use a moca adapter.

You need a box for every TV that you want anything other than locak channels.

Either Verizon or cable card device.


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