02-13-2014 7:04 PM
We had Uverse TV and cancelled it. Now we are considering getting Uverse TV again with one or two STB's. The coax cable, AT&T splitters and connectors are still in place. Does the installer still have the option of using existing coax or must cat5 cables now be used?
If I wanted the installer to run cat5 cable from the RG to an Home Theater System, how would I order that and how much would I be charged?
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02-26-2014 6:50 PM
Thanks aviewer. I will have them run two cables to the Home theater. With the above switch, does the cable from the router plug into any of the 8 ports pictured? There is no "in" port and "out" ports?
Yes. It's auto-uplink enabled, so it will detect which one of the ports is providing uplink data. (Out of habit, I always do port 1 or 8.)
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If you were a new customer, you would not get an iNID. You would have a Cat5e home run installed between your NID and your RG, and both pair would run from the VRAD, through your NID, to a Motorola NVG 589 RG which would handle the pair bonded VDSL2 connection.
If there isn't a problem with your current equipment, I don't know that they would want to replace stuff that's working.
It's a good question. I hope my thoughts wanders through and can give a more informed, but still personal, opinion on this.
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Can a cat 5 cable be run to a TV without an STB? To connect an internet device such as an Apple TV or Home Theater Receiver?
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