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Comcast Internet and Dish Cable - Coax Splitter

We have a Dish satellite with entry point in an upper bedroom and the coax goes down to the living room where the receiver is located as well as the coax is split to serve a receiver in the basement.  We have Comcast internet modem in the living room.  Our issue is getting good wireless internet upstairs and in the basement.  Extenders are not working very well.  As we already have coax running in all areas, is there a way we can serve both Dish satellite and Comcast internet signals / services through the coax?

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I don’t believe their is a way to have both Dish and Comcast signals running through the same coax.
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Re: Comcast Internet and Dish Cable - Coax Splitter


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 is there a way we can serve both Dish satellite and Comcast internet signals / services through the coax?


No. They must run on separate coax systems. 

 

Powerline ethernet adapters or MoCA adapters may be an option for you. Google them for more info