I'm sure there are variables and information that I don't currently have,
but the situation is this:
Local cable company was supplying TV and internet via an underground RG11
cable that ran 500 feet to a two way splitter. One split to two TVs and one
split to the computer modem. The underground cable was installed and owned
by the home owner. Lightning struck the line and destroyed it, which was
confirmed by the cable company. I want to install a temporary overhead line,
and would like to use RG6. The run will be shorter then the current
underground, but I have no idea what the maximum distance is that I can get
away with using RG6. Any help is appreciated
It took me three tries, and an hour and a half on hold, until I could get
through to someone to get a repair person out. I wasn't there with him, and
doubt I can get anyone at Cablevision that could answer the question
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