2014-07-29 05:42:04 UTC
being about 12 feet high. Comcast comes into the main floor where a router
is attached to the modem. Coverage okay on half of this floor, but that's
not the concern right now.
Next floor down, coverage is barely usable.
Bottom floor, no wi-fi detected whatsoever, and naturally, that's the most
critical floor needed. HOWEVER, Comcast has another co-ax outlet for a TV
on that floor. It seems that without putting up wire or lots of routers
that the easiest solution would be to add a second modem and router (or
Comcast's modem/router combo) on that floor.
But try as I might looking on their web pages, I can't figure out how this
would work. Would it need to be separate accounts? There is no need to
network upstairs and downstairs together for printers or file transfers or
anything, so the real question is whether the same cable connection can
service two modems at the same time as the same account. I phoned Comcast
and the tech didn't know, though they promised to call me back (something
Comcast has never done).
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