How do I activate my Cat5e+ connections int my apartment?

I really need to ask you some questions to give a exact answer, so I'll try to make my answer as complete as possible. The short answer is that YOU will have to "activate" the Ethernet jacks, there is no way that your ISP will do it for you, unless you pay a "most likely" unreasonable fee. It's interesting that you have jacks "all over the place". More then two jacks means there must be a hub, a place where all the cables come out at, so you can conveniently connect all the cables to a switch or router. Unfortunately, Ethernet signals cannot be hooked up in the same way as cable TV. With digital signals, each cable has to have a discrete connection to the source. If you use a router, you simply connect the router to your cable or DSL modem directly, then connect each cat5 jack to the ports on your router. Most consumer / home office grade routers have 4 to 6 ports to connect computers to. That should be enough to suit your needs "unless you have a insanely large townhouse". OK, here...
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I'm living in a recently built apartment (2012 or so) and have dual ethernet (Cat5e+) and coax connections at 5 different locations across the floor plan.

Connecting my modem to any of these 5 coax connections across the apartment gets me network access.

My goal is to gain network access through the ethernet connections and use them to connect directly to my WiFi router and/or devices.

My thought is that I need to connect my modem to the panel in my closet:

Possibly also connect my modem to a switch and then connect my switch to the first 5 of 8 ports shown here:

I'm guessing each of those 5 correspond to the ethernet ports across the apartment.

However I have a flurry of coax cables that are identified only by 1-5 (some numbers have doubles) and after connecting my modem directly to each one individually, I found none have a downstream.

What am I missing here? What steps should I take to rig up my cat5e+ connections throughout my...

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I’m almost living the dream. Well, my dream. My tiny dream. While some people dream about mansions or penthouses, I dream of wee little homes on wheels with snug lofts and crannies. I don’t quite have my wheeled house of dreams yet, but in moving to Japan I got pretty darn close. My apartment is the smallest I’ve ever inhabited, and I LOVE IT.

My husband, my cat Brandy, and I live in an apartment where our bed takes up almost half of our square footage, the kitchen is our living room is our office is our closet, and our bathroom is an exercise in contortion. But we’re happy. What we lose in space we make up for in two big windows that brighten our whole apartment, cozy quarters, and a-little-decorating-going-a-long-way.

Best of all, this apartment has given Brandy a “cat-sized” playground full of hiding places and perches to survey her domain. I suspect this is Brandy’s favorite apartment too.

But keeping a cat happy in a tiny apartment is tricky. It...

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After you have completed your order on our website, it needs to be activated. There are three ways to do this:

Online payment Activation code Domain form

In the order confirmation you can find more information. Once your order is activated we will send you an email with your login details.

Online payment

If you pay online (e.g. credit card, PayPal) your order will be activated automatically. You don't have to do anything.

Within 5 minutes after you have completed your order, you will receive a confirmation email and an email with a link to create a password.

Note: If you don't receive the password email, this might mean that further checks are required. In that case you need to use one of the other methods to activate the order.

Activation code

If you have chosen to pay by bank transfer, you need to activate your order manually with an activation code that is sent by SMS. The code will be sent to the mobile number you entered during the...

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Once you have registered, you will be sent an email containing a link. This will be sent to the email address you have used to register. To activate your account simply click on the link in the email. This confirms that the email address is correct and genuine. Once you account is activated, you are free to search and send messages to other members.

If you don't receive an email asking you to activate your account, then you can request it again by clicking the "request new activation email" from the left hand side of the page once you are logged in. You are still able to log in even if your account hasn't been activated. Remember to check your email spam/junk folder just in case the activation email has been automatically filed...

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Home Knowledge Base Quiz Cat Getting Started 4 Articles How To Install my Fatcat Apps Plugin How To Download my Fatcat Apps Premium Plugin How To Activate my Fatcat Apps Premium Plugin How To Upgrade my Fatcat Apps License ...
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To activate the booking without prepayment the “Instant” booking mode is required
(“Instant” - is welcomed by the system and is sold foremost – the sales without your confirmation, according to your apartments availability calendar. Attention! “Available” apartment requires updating the apartments availability calendar on site with EVERY new booking of your apartment. In other words, there should be a full correspondence between the availability calendar of your apartment and the availability calendar on the DOBOVO BOOKING CENTER.

-“On request” - sales only after your confirmation. You're getting requests sent to your e-mail and can confirm them on your control panel).

There will be a window like this on the main page of the site -

You only need to press the corresponding buttons and hooray, you can receive bookings without prepayment!
Have a good...

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When a user creates an account with Cincopa, he/she receives an email on the email address which he/she used to register the account with Cincopa so that the account can be activated.

Here are the steps we can suggest to the user:

* After creating the account with Cincopa, you will receive the following message: "Your email is not yet confirmed, Confirm your email to fully activate your account".

* Click on "Confirm your email". Then you will reach the page "Confirm email address" where you will see the message: "An email has been sent to you when you've registered your account - please check your inbox (or spam box) and confirm your email to continue".

* Sign in to the email account that you have used to register with us. You will see an email from Cincopa. In the body of the email you will get the below message:

"Thank you for joining Cincopa!

Click here to confirm your email address.

Note that you can always change your email...

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Step 1: There's one place to activate_mobile

We've created one place where you can easily walk through the activation process. Visit Activation and you'll see your phone details and number.

Step 2: Transfer details from previous carrier

If you're getting a new number from XFINITY Mobile, you can skip to Step 3. Before you can transfer your phone number from another carrier, we need the account number and PIN from your previous carrier. If you don't know this information and your previous carrier has an app, that's usually the quickest way to find it. If you can't access it there, find your previous carrier's contact info, ask them for your account details, and then enter them on the activation site. You'll also need to fill out the required fields on the Down to details page.

Step 3: Phone off, SIM card in

Now that you've entered all your details, make sure your new phone is turned off before you click Activate. Already on? No sweat....
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Q: How do I activate my registration code(s)?


You receive your IncrediMail registration code in the confirmation email sent to you after your purchase. If you received the confirmation email in the IncrediMail email client you wish to register, simply click the 'Register' button (marked in red), as shown in the image below. If you have more than one code, please repeat the action with each registration code.

Once your code is activated, it cannot be used on another computer or on the same computer after a format, unless the registration code is removed first. If you want to format your computer or move your license to another computer, please click here to learn how to remove the registration codes.

If you received the confirmation email on another computer, please follow these simple steps:

Open the confirmation email you received and copy the registration code (marked in red).

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Once you complete your purchase of Hotspot Shield, you will be provided with an Elite Code. Depending on your method of payment, you will either see the code displayed on the 'Thank You' page or receive the code by email. You will then need to create or log into your Hotspot Shield Account.

Creating a Hotspot Shield account from the link on the 'Thank You' Page will then link the Elite Code to your account automatically. If you receive your code via email, you will need to manually connect the two.

To create an account, please follow these steps:

1. Go to and create account with e-mail that you have used (if asked) at the time of purchase.

2A. If your code has been linked already, your Dashboard will display your Elite Account Expiration Date and you will be prompted to link Devices to your account. Click "Add device now".

2B. If your code has not been linked yet, your dashboard will not show expiration date....

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You are looking for the netstat command. This command should provide what you're looking for:

netstat -a

if you would also like to see what programs are using the specified ports you can use:

netstat -b

to use the netstat program:

Go to the start menu (or press Win + r and skip to step 3) If on XP, click "Run", If on vista or later, search for cmd in the search box and skip to step 4. type cmd after cmd opens, type netstat -a a list of all open connections with their ports will be displayed

more info about netstat:

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>netstat /? Displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP network connections. NETSTAT [-a] [-b] [-e] [-n] [-o] [-p proto] [-r] [-s] [-v] [interval] -a Displays all connections and listening ports. -b Displays the executable involved in creating each connection or listening port. In some cases well-known executables host multiple independent components, and in these cases the ...
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