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Ok, so we just switched over to spectrum business internet at the company where I work but, unfortunately, I wasn't there when they "upgraded" our system, so now after about twenty minutes of studying the mess they made I've decided to ask for help. Here is what i can see:



                                      > Ubee DDM352 > LAN port of a POE injector > POE port of the injector > RUCKUS zoneflex R500 AP (which does absolutely nothing as far as I can tell)

coaxial > 3-way splitter > Arris TM1602 > Phone

                                      > Arris DG1607A (WIFI disabled and the only digital menu I've been able to access) > Cisco version of Linksis E2500 (which seems to be managing the wifi network)


The UBEE line and having both a phone modem with ethernet off and an ethernet modem with wifi turned off is what I'm curious about.

Edited by tajetaje, 23 September 2017 - 10:31 AM.

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The Ruckus is enterprise-grade wireless.

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