Taking up floors is not an option because of wood flooring and I don't want visible cable although routing cable around skirting boards may be the easiest eventual solution.
There are aerial points in the house and the cable is routed within the plasterboard wall of the timber frame house.
If the coax cabling is successfully dropping from the attick to the ground floor through the wall (and from the attic to other rooms) I am guessing that there is a clear channel within the plasterboard walls which in theory I could squeeze the ethernet cable into.
Has anyone done this?
Presumably I would need an ethernet router in the attic to split the single feed cable from the main modem/router into individual feeds.