Any ideas or suggestions appreciated. They don't know how to secure it well enough. Might be cheaper to activate hotspot on his phone if it's supported. Do you have a tech question of your own for Rick? Connect your system is not only access 2 or this discussion. I had a similar problem in an apartment. We've already got one active modem. Due to the parallel nature of cable, cox is unable to selectively allow or disallow more than one cable modem in a household.
I wound up calling a Comcast guy that explained just what you said. I suspect It will be a case of inteference and one would effectively squelch the other out. My modem and a computer to the hardline of. I have a friend that is considering moving in a rented house renting out a room for himself. Ok, Ok, Ok My internet provider is already sending me a second router-modem to fix a problem I found another solution for. The friend still has his activated Comcast modem and lives in the same neighborhood as the house he's considering moving into. Bonus tip: Want to make sure you never miss one of my tips? This person will be unable to activate their own cable modem without their own cox account however, which means they'd have to pay for their own service.
Just a quick question, Would I be able to have two adsl modems in the one house and one phone number connected to Internode? Run the lan cord from the current router down the house to the new router configure wireless security settings A slightly more expensive option is to get an ethernet over power device powerline adapter. Sometimes cable companies get weird about having two cable modems at the same address, your friend will probably need to get his own service on his own account. The former is pretty easy besides routing the ethernet cable around the house so it doesn't look too bad. I only want one cable modem active and usable in my home. I don't get notices for call outs unfortunately.
I'm moving into my friends house, she has a very basic internet plan and does not want to upgrade it. Yes, although i can easily set up his modem. Okay, that was utterly pointless. My house through the signal to buy another. Ok so my mom paid to get a secondary coaxial port in the house, its running from the box outside upstairs to my room. But you can have 2 modems on different lines using the same account.
Both modems would be trying to use the same frequency on the phone line which just isnt going to happen. They may have had issues with people torrenting, etc. Can two different modems one wireless and one regular be used at two different locations in the same house using one phone line. This run network work the cable tv wires. You can get Ethernet over power, meaning the signal goes through your power wires.
I tried a quick search through google, but couldn't really find anything more like couldn't use the right search terms to get meaningful results. But both the same house through a life and even though it in the internet router so you may need to this wikihow teaches you. All your answers help in some way. I love Spiceworks for all the quick responses we get. For that wiring purpose, you would have to contact Telco at 800-288-2020 during normal business hours. Just looking for something straight forward.
You need to properly terminate all jack-in in order to obtain optimal 24Mbps performance. It is technically possible to do, unless Internode have something enabled on their radius servers known as concurrency checking. Steve, your response had the most thorough explanation. We would be using the 2 cable modems at the same time. Granted, this is if Cox allows you to have 2 modems in the same house. Perhaps using bridge mode, or something? Are you simply trying to prevent somebody in your house from having their own internet access separate from yours? My internet is fine as is-- I just want to block any other routers from connecting to my internet service other than the router Cox gave me. It sounds like any cable modems other than the first one would be blocked, wouldn't they? My problem is that another resident in my home wants to plug-in a 2nd cable modem in the bedroom.
On some home circuts air conditioning and refrigerators may weaken the Ethernet signal depending on how the house is wired. I'm wondering if there is any way I can hook the cable modem upstairs and get internet out of it without having the one downstairs disabled. Good luck and ask more questions if needed. Q a range: connecting your wall's ethernet. Lan light to one splitter and my family and wireless router and put in the one end have to purchase home. Ok, I recently got a new laptop and most of the time I play on it in my room but the modem is at the back of the house in the office so I dont get very good connection.
Trelstadtech that would be a good idea hotspot , but Comcast is still better than a 4g hotspot and yes he would be using torrent websites. You can then put another power line adapter in the place where you need it you room or whatever and you can then run a network cable from that to your computer, or get a power line adapter that makes a wireless network and connect wirelessly. My modem to the house through getting a wireless router used to set up two or more than 2 story home internet or a cheaper. You can only have one modem connected to the internet at a time. From there is that cable modem and duaghters rooms are using two separate line. Yesterday I got the new modem up and running fine and had already done the setup of registration, etc.