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Ethernet to coaxial cable conversion

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I recently moved and the cable company that I signed up with only has connection to their internet via coaxial cable only, but the modem that I already own only has ethernet connection capability. Is it possible for me to purchase a converter that allows the ethernet cord from the modem to be connected to the coaxial cable cord coming out of the wall?


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