02-07-2014 8:57 AM
02-07-2014 9:15 AM - edited 02-07-2014 10:12 AM
xczar20x - You need to look at the cable - could be cat3, cat5 or coax, depending on services & how installed.
THe connection in the NID has a "tamper proof" closure for att side where it is wired. If the modem cable end is cat3 or 5 it has either a large or small connector. The small is RJ-11 & the large is RJ-45. You can buy a coupler for either.
monoprice.com for cables & couplers.
02-07-2014 9:41 AM
Does anyone have the specs on the correct cable I need to buy in order to move the router to a better location? The install tech in talked it in the basement corner. Half my house doesn't get wifi. I want to buy a longer cable connecting to the outside grey box to the small 4x4 inch unit on the inside of the house. The specs on the cable would be greatly appreciated. Oh.... And if you know which wires connect up what in the grey box outside.
Rather than move the AT&T Router why don't you get one of these: http://www.att.com/equipment/accessory-details/?q_categoryid=cat2020046&q_sku=sku6610387&q_manufactu...= This will save allot of work, materials, etc. for you. Basically plug and play.
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