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I have an Arris TG852 modem and a Cisco/Linksys EA2700 dual band router.They are located in my computer room.Can I use NetgearPowerline AV Adapters to link my Bluerayplayer player,Dvd,and Pioneer Hometheater Amp.to my HDTV and RNG110 box?Thanks for any help pchop

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I have an Arris TG852 modem and a Cisco/Linksys EA2700 dual band router.They are located in my computer room.Can I use NetgearPowerline AV Adapters to link my Bluerayplayer player,Dvd,and Pioneer Hometheater Amp.to my HDTV and RNG110 box?Thanks for any help pchop


I do exactly that.  Modem to Router to AC Powerline Adapter through the AC Wiring to a Second Powerline adapter and then to the devices in the remote location seems to work well for me.




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A RNG110 box does not need a ethernet connection, in fact if you connect it to a existing home network, it will mess with your DHCP and weird things happen on the network.  All networking on the RNG110 comes down the coax from the headend.




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