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2014-10-05 09:04 AM
EnderWiggin ok, thanks, I will order some cables and make is happen.
2014-10-03 08:36 PM
nitra Yes, providing the Videotron connection isn't active at all.
2014-10-03 07:24 PM
EnderWiggin
coaxial connections btw Home Hub 2000 + Fibe TV VIP2262 receiver

Bell setup and connected the Fibe TV VIP2262 receiver in my basement next to the Home Hub 2000 modem via Ethernet. I am also using Videotron, and the coaxial cable that connects to the 1st floor HDTV is nearby.

I noticed that the Home Hub 2000 modem has a coaxial connection, can I move the Fibe TV receiver upstairs, disconnect the Videotron receiver and use the coaxial connections on the Home Hub 2000 modem and the Fibe TV VIP2262 receiver?

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