01-06-2020 09:38 AM
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01-06-2020 07:36 PM
The Panamax 4300 as you mentioned has 2 pairs of universal input and output. You can input the cable from the wall into the 4300 and then split it on the output. Or from your splitter you currently have in place simply put the cable into one and the modem line into the other.
However, you shoud be aware that the more times you split the coax and have it go through something your signal might degrade.
01-07-2020 12:09 PM
Personally I don't run my coax through a protector just the electric.
Maybe try splitting it before the input then.
And make sure your using a high end splitter. something with a signal loss of 3.5db or less.
01-07-2020 12:12 PM
And look at your COAX, there should be a designation on it. The better COAX for running in your home is going to be CAT6,
If you have CAT4, like my house did) it could be an issue also.