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You opened this discussion just in time :)

I am also considering going beyond.

Can you please take a picture of the wire coming out of the wall?

Can you connect at just one point in the whole house?

Does a router connection not require a connection through Wi-Fi?

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Can you please take a picture of the wire coming out of the wall?

You can see it in the video (the one with the green head) in 1:02. This is before connecting to the router. In fact, a hole was made in the telephone port on the wall and the cable was passed through it. Next, remove the green cover and connect the cable directly to the router.

 

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Can you connect at just one point in the whole house?

Yes and no.

If you are asking about connecting directly to the wall - then Yes. But that's been the case before, since I only have one router. See no reason to be different with . On the other hand, if I want to move the router to another point, you're right. I do not have Nowhere else in the house. I did not think to ask about it. An interesting point.

No - Because there are several works for connecting additional cables directly to the router and then you are still connected directly to the fiber. For example, the TV in my living room is connected with a cable Directly to the router.

 

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Does a router connection not require a connection through Wi-Fi?

I'm not sure I understood the question. Like I said - right now my TV is directly connected to the router with a cable. Also, the desktop computer with which I did the test is connected to the router directly in the cable. In addition, I use MESH units where the main one is connected to a router in a cable and it connects to the other units in WiFi. The rest of the consumers in the house connect to the MESH units, either on WiFi or via cable (each MESH unit I have has 2 wired ports).

 

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You opened this discussion just in time :)

I am also considering going beyond.

Can you please take a picture of the wire coming out of the wall?

Can you connect at just one point in the whole house?

Does a router connection not require a connection through Wi-Fi?

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Thanks for the response

 

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On the other hand, if I want to move the router to a fireplace pointRath, you're right. I do not have Optical Fiber Nowhere else in the house. I did not think to ask about it. An interesting point.

 

thats what I meant. With It is no problem to take the router modem and connect to another point in the house

 

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I'm not sure I understood the question. Like I said - right now my TV is directly connected to the router with a cable.

 

Today all my use of the internet is done using a cable with no Wi-Fi at all.

I do not know how it works with a router only because I have a router modem.

Does a router require you to enable Wi-Fi? (I do not want to run mesh and all kinds of range magnifiers. I want the connection to be with cable only)

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Does a router require you to enable Wi-Fi? (I do not want to run mesh and all kinds of range magnifiers. I want the connection to be with cable only)

No. You can turn off the WiFi in the router.

The truth is that is exactly what I do. The router only manages the wired connections. The MESH manages the WiFi.

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