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June 19, 2018, 09:34 AM

The cost will certainly depend on the layout of the home. Some homes have centralized shared walls that allow a single run to feed most of the rooms and some have attic spaces that will allow for a single run that can split out to multiple rooms. The main cost will be how many individual runs will your house need and where in each room did you want the port.

IMO, it would be more cost effective to have the easier runs taken care of and skip the harder runs.

Alternatives would be MOCA (media over coax) and wireless.

For wireless, mesh is great for covering a large area if it's necessary but it's better to get an 802.11ac Wave 2 access point as it allows for simultaneous communication between devices.


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