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Using RG6 (COAX) in my LAN?


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One of the computers in my house came with a terrible wireless adapter. There is a free RG6 cable port (for plugging in modems/TVs) underneath my router, and behind the computer. I've seen some adapters, called MoCA (Multimedia over COAX,) but the adapters are very expensive. is there a cheaper option? If not, I can just find another wireless card, but I was hoping there would be a less expensive/time consuming alternative (I've never received hardware with a driver that works.)
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