My unicom 2 port modular jack splitter (SMJ-50108-A) will not split my internet anymore. I am in just built residential housing complex. The splitter had been working fine in other places, but since bringing it here I can only get internet out of port A. Has my splitter become obsolete?
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well technically 2 ports can be on the same circuit even if there split. Since you cant use both at once it makes since it would work for either or or. I am confused on your problem. answer these for me please?
why did you need a splitter if you have 2 HDMI imputs?
what are you pluging in into the t.v?
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One port on the splitter is the "input" port -- it connects to the cable wall-jack.
Two (or more) ports on the splitter are the "output" ports; connect one port to the cable-modem, and connect one port to your TV (or Digital TV Terminal).
Note that some OLD splitters are not "two-way" -- any signals going "out" from the cable-modem will not get "through" the splitter to the wall-jack. Be sure that you have a NEW "two-way" splitter.
The computer will only see either one monitor or the splitter itself as the monitor, it won't recognize them separately or be able to put different data onto each (if indeed it is a true "splitter") It's like the output from a satellite receiver. Just because you put a cable splitter on it so that you can have 2 TV's hooked up, both will be on whatever single output is coming out of the receiver, it doesn't let you watch 2 different shows, one on each screen. You'd need another receiver for that. Likewise, if you want to see 2 monitors on the computer, there has to be 2 separate video outputs (some cards provide more than 1 output, but since you got a splitter, I am assuming this isn't the case for you).
A couple of things come to mind. As a very minimum, there is a little bit more expensive splitter called a 267-B (vs 267-A) that splits an RJ-14 jack into 2 RJ-11 jacks that the Toshiba uses. For a couple of reasons, I've probably used 3 or 4 267-B's in the last 10 years.
The problem is, it only splits it at one end...at the KSU you need hardware to feed that extension. Normally, it's a single jumper from your cable pair to the block on the KSU. Do you know how to do that? If not, I'd suggest you call your Toshiba service tech.