I own a two-unit house, main and a basement apartment that are completely separated. However, should I decide to share the cable service between the two units, it would be very easy to run rg6 as I haven't hung drywall yet downstairs and I will probably do it for backup reasons.
Right now, there are two service cables running from the alley pole to the house, one for each cable service account. My question is: is each account allocated a fixed amount of bandwidth or is bandwidth determined on some group level, like my city block, or everyone who goes off of a certain service hub (alley pole) etc.? Because, in the former case, it would make sense that each unit in the house has its own service account for bandwidth reasons but in the latter scenario, it wouldn't make any difference as we would be sharing off of a larger network node anyway.
My service provider is Comcast and I am located somewhere in the Mid Atlantic region.