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Alternative phone services

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Re: Alternative phone services

Post by craig11152 » Sun Apr 26, 2015 9:07 am

Calvert DeForest wrote: I did run CAT-5 cable upstairs to the living room several years ago.....so I suppose moving the modem & router upstairs and putting a phone in the vicinity of the TV would be an option, but then I'd have to buy a WiFi stick for the computer downstairs (I'm cheap, and I like a hard-wired ethernet connection to that machine).
Or run more cat5 back down to the computer?
Or move your feed from your provider and use the existing cat5 for the computer?
I move my stuff around occasionally but it helps that I have a drop ceiling in the basement to access all the wiring.


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