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I am currently working on a new extension to a house
. It is pretty big with seven rooms ,steamroom , bar etc . There are 4 Tv's going in and the customer is going to have SkyQ at each. I have wired a shotgun coaxil to each, all ran back to 2 splitters that have a shotgun from the dish. I have also ran a cat vi to each from the modem. This was wired last year( Builders pretty slow ). I am led to believe that the coaxials are no longer needed and skyQ just needs an ethernet cable or wifi.
The client is panicking because he was told that I should have a separate shotgun cable to each tv from the sky dish. I am starting to doubt myself. Could someone put my mind at ease or tell me I've made a c**t of it.

Thanks
 
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Main Sky Q box requires a shotgun, the rest only need WiFi and should only be hardwired to the network when WiFi reception is poor.

Basically the boxes create their own wireless mesh that other devices can connect to.
 
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Main Sky Q box requires a shotgun, the rest only need WiFi and should only be hardwired to the network when WiFi reception is poor.

Basically the boxes create their own wireless mesh that other devices can connect to.
Magic ! thought that but needed assurance. Thanks
 
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