Installer replaced Coax outlet with Fiber
My father had AT&T Fiber installed at his home and complained about slow wifi speeds in his master bedroom's office. Currently, the fiber line and 320 modem are installed in the living room. He bought wifi extenders and a mesh system but it didn't really help. I decided I would bring over the Screenbeam Moca 2.5 network adapters I had and use his house's existing coaxial lines for a dedicated connection to the master bedroom's office (I got near gigabit speeds before using this method). But when I got to his house I noticed that the installer replaced the coax outlet in the living room with the fiber outlet (a green line from the 320 modem is connected to it). The old coax outlet is nowhere to be found and the near coax outlet is a floor up in one of the bedrooms. So now, he's in a predicament. If he wants to connect his Spectrum Charter Cable TV plan again, there is no coax outlet in the living room and I can't install the Moca 2.5 network adapters. Was the installer supposed to just leave the previous existing coax outlet instead of replacing it with the fiber outlet? Can AT&T fix this situation?