Solved connecting coax router to cat5 network Tags: Routers Cisco Cable Networking Last response: March 31, 2014 9:36 PM in Networking Share cadlecreek March 20, 2014 12:00:16 PM I was given 2 cisco routers that have coax inputs. does anyone know an inexpensive way to attach these to a cat5 network cable More about : connecting coax router cat5 network Reply to cadlecreek Best solution bill001g March 20, 2014 12:02:43 PM You can only use them as AP or dumb switches there is no cost effective way to use the WAN port on these. You would have to get a device that works similar to the cable company central access device which are not cheap. Reply to bill001g Share Rachel20 March 31, 2014 9:36:38 PM A router is a device that forwards data packets between computer networks,creating an overlay inter-network.A router is connected to two or more data lines from different networks. Pass4sure 200-101 Reply to Rachel20 m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Related resources Change a router from coax cable to ethernet cat5e Forum can we extend our dsl and network to next door by connecting cat5 ethernet cable to laptop at house next door by using Forum I need to convert cable TV co-ax to cat5e where co-ax enters house run over cat5e and convert back to co-ax to connect to set- Forum Connecting modemwith cat5 cable to wireless router Forum Connect USB printer to a cat5 wireless router Forum SolvedEthernet (cat5) to the opposite side of the house from the router Forum SolvedHow to create home network from cat5 cables leading to the outside of a house? Forum Solvedmodem or router dropping connection to network Forum SolvedUverse with coax home network Forum SolvedHow to connect a modem to the same network as wireless router Forum Solvedsignals of a wifi router reached to my home but when i want to connect to that network through my tp link 722n booster can not Forum Connecting a LAN network to a wireless router Forum Solvedmy router wont let pc connect to printer, they are on same network? Forum SolvedGigabit Network Bottlenecking on Router to Switch Connection Forum SolvedHOME NETWORK- Cat5 or 6 and how long is too long Forum SolvedConnecting Two Local Networks through WAN Routers, Possible? Forum Connecting to router/wireless network Forum SolvedCoax cable to Router's WAN Port Forum All in one Modem+Router, 2nd computer connected = unidentified network hell Forum How does changing Network Mode in Router to "Wireless B/G only" affect my connection to other devices in home Network? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !