So, here is some backstory.
The router is in my bed room and somehow i want to bring an ethernet cable to the living room by passing it through the concrete wall. Since the walls are concrete i cannot make any modifications and my only option is to use the telephone line which is basically an existing cable the passes through the walls in a tiny tube.
The line that im going to use used to be the old telephone cable line that is not needed anymore giving me to opportunity to replace the cable with an ethernet cable. Since i can only pass 1 cable through that line i can only have a single line from the living room terminating in to my bed room. Normally that wouldn't be an issue since it achieves exactly what i want, however it bothers me that no other room can benefit from my upgrade.
Ideally i would be able to give an ethernet connection to all possible rooms however im not sure how i can achieve that by having a single cable.
Bed Room 1
- Has the router
- Has the terminating outlet
Bed Room 2
- Has an outlet
- Has an other router that acts as a WiFi spot
Since all 3 rooms will share a single cable how can i connect devices on them?
If lets say room 2 and the living room have a device on them wouldn't the signal be mixed?