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FusionOnRGYB

@sonic.net
reply to leibold

Re: Did not think that interior wiring made such a big differenc

Thanks for the help leibold! My line is about as good as I care to make it. I did not think that 0.2dB makes any difference because I think that number tends to fluctuate.

I guess another option would be to plug the modem into the splitter and then use the wire run I made for fast Ethernet to the router.

BTW, are the red/green and yellow/black cables twisted pair?


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said by FusionOnRGYB :

BTW, are the red/green and yellow/black cables twisted pair?

Not as far as I know. I think it is also called, "station wire", and has no "twist" standard.
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eugenek

join:2002-06-14
Palo Alto, CA
reply to FusionOnRGYB
said by FusionOnRGYB :

I guess another option would be to plug the modem into the splitter and then use the wire run I made for fast Ethernet to the router.

this sounds like a good option - placing the modem at the NID

bswp

join:2010-11-28
Berkeley, CA
reply to FusionOnRGYB
"I guess another option would be to plug the modem into the splitter and then use the wire run I made for fast Ethernet to the router."

Sure, but if your modem is the ZyXel with wifi that Sonic provides for Fusion service, then you may have issues getting the signal where you want it. OTOH, if you just run fast ethernet to a router w/ wifi, good to go.