Here's my situation.
1. I moved my desktop PC upstairs and added a wireless adapter to connect to the router/Fios Internet.
2. I moved a TV into the room where the router is and would like to now move the router upstairs to connect to desktop again but can I add an adapter to the phone jack for data or just
3. Connect the TV to router but not sure if I use a signal splitter for the coax; one to the STB and one to the router. Right now the coax goes directly into the router.
I would like to do whatever would be the easiest. I use two laptops downstairs and signal is low so it may be even lower if I move router upstairs.
I've had my new Samsung TV for over a week and need a little help!
09-23-2008 07:15 AM
09-23-2008 08:24 AM
09-23-2008 08:57 PM
The router is connected via Ethernet cable, verizon put an adapter on the phone jack that converted that to a data jack. Then the router also has coax attached that comes from the wall jack. We have had a TV in that room previously but not sure if we had Direct TV then or Verizon.
I guess I'll try leaving the router downstairs and use a splitter on the coax-one for the STB and one for the router.