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#143945 2-May-2014 15:13
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I currently have a single cat6e cable from my VDSL modem (TG589vn V2 ) , to the back of my TV.
Without running more cables , i would like to run ethernet to more than one device at a time .
What could i used to use to make use of ethenet to all devices .
Fire TV , Television, Magic TV ,WD TV Live

Any suggestions ?






 

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  #1035520 2-May-2014 15:26
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A network switch is what you need. Just something like a little 8 port 10/100 or gigabit depending on what you're doing. 

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  #1035521 2-May-2014 15:27
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A simple ethernet switch will do exactly what you want, something like this

http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers/computer-accessories/computer-networking/netgear-gs605au-gs605-5-port-gigabit-ethernet-switch/prod122363.html


although there are lots of other brands/sizes available


 
 
 
 




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  #1035821 3-May-2014 06:33
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thank you guys much appreciated for your help , now to decide which one to buy





 

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