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V6 Box Connected via Powerline Adapters

Firstly apologies for the long winded post, but I am a bit of a luddite.

I am an existing Virgin customer with the following set up:

- Tivo box and router in living room

- V+ box in bedroom (connected via the junction box on the outside of the property)

We want to move the 'bedroom' box into a loft extension and do not want to have any external cabling and hole drilling from outside the property.

Am I right  in thinking that I could get a V6 box in the extension (to replace the old V+ box), retain the existing living room set-up (TiVo box) and connect the V6 via a powerline adapters as follows:

- one from router (in the living room) to the electricity socket

- one from the V6 box (in the extension) to the electricity socket.

Thanks

 

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Re: V6 Box Connected via Powerline Adapters

No, the V6 needs a coaxial connection

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Hi TomKearney,

You can certainly use the powerline adapter to connect the Ethernet connection from the V6 box to the router but the V6 box it's self will still require a Virgin Coax cable to it for the actual channels to work.

Hope this helps

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No, the V6 needs a coaxial connection

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Hi TomKearney,

You can certainly use the powerline adapter to connect the Ethernet connection from the V6 box to the router but the V6 box it's self will still require a Virgin Coax cable to it for the actual channels to work.

Hope this helps

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Re: V6 Box Connected via Powerline Adapters

Thanks jb66
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Re: V6 Box Connected via Powerline Adapters

Thanks andyjstew - Sky Q here I come!

 

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