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    Monoprice T-Adapter Cat5e 2M/1F, 6 in
    Product # 1106
    In Stock This item should ship tomorrow (11/13/2018) if ordered within 18 hours 55 minutes

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    i have one long Ethernet cable from my router in one room, into my bedroom on the other side of the house. I need this one cable in my room to connect to my xbox, and my pc. they do not both have to run simultaneously. will this product work for this?
    A shopper on Mar 15, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It should, so long as you have two available ports on your router. Note that you will need one of these on the router side and another T adapter, possibly #1107, on the bedroom end so you can plug both devices into it.
    Monoprice T-Adapter Cat5e 1M/2F, 6 in
    Monoprice T-Adapter Cat5e 1M/2F, 6 in
    I have a Western Digital My Cloud EX4 that has 2 ethernet ports to get faster transfer speeds when setup properly in settings. In the location I am using it in, there is only one cable to connect. If I plug this into 2 ports on my hub then use the y adapter on the NAS side to plug into both ethernet ports, would that work for my setup, or no?
    Jimmy W on Oct 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No this will not work, you need all 8 conductors in the cable to support the speeds that the WD device supports.
    Can I use this to connect my PS3 and PS4 to internet on one line?
    A shopper on Mar 24, 2018
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    I have Product 1107 (T Adapter Cat5e 1M/2F - 6 inch) on the receiving end out of my wall jack and this part:Product 1106 (T Adapter Cat5e 2M/1F - 6 inch) connected to 2 ports on my router with my wall cable plugged into this. I am using 1 jack form 1107 for my computer internet hookup and the other jack form 1107 for my Xbox360 with success.

    Works perfect, flawlessly and is a heck of a lot easier than pulling more wires. Well pleased and can highly recommend this. Just don't forget you need both parts to use an existing single Cat5E wall cable wire for 2 separate hookups.
    February 13, 2010
    not really its fault. didn't realize that Gigabit uses all 4 pair. this runs a 100mb over two pair.

    PROS: works with 100mb connection

    CONS: doesn't not work with 1000mb connection.
    January 23, 2012
    Adaptor for two ethernet connections via one line.
    My modem and router is on the second story and my theater is in the basement. I wanted to be sure that I had the best connection possible for streaming movies from Netflix so I ran an Ethernet cable. When I added a HDDVR to my Directv, I needed another connection and this was the easiest way.

    PROS: Great way to get two circuits on one Cat5e cable run.

    CONS: 1106 and 1107 should be sold together since one is not useful without the other.
    July 17, 2012
    For those who don't quite understand how these work, you need two of these T-Adapters. Plug one into two ports of your router/switch, plug the other into two devices that need internet. Connect them to each other (perhaps through wall plates).

    Each device will see lines 1,2,3 and 6 as active, which is enough for 100megabit ethernet. 100megabit is faster than all but the best wireless connections and way more than enough for internet, streaming video from your NAS, or pretty much anything other than heavy file transfer activity.

    PROS: Works like it's supposed to.

    CONS: None
    September 17, 2010
    great for combining cables
    when you don't want to run another Cat cable, in my case behing the base moulding and downstairs so my stereo could be internet connected, this is what you use. Just get the opposite adapter and decide how you want it to come out of the wall (just a hole or use the wallplate with corresponding coupler labor). Got that? one adapter on one end, diff one on the other. Draw it out, male and female and it will make sense.

    PROS: no need to run additional cable

    CONS: confuses some people
    August 9, 2010
    T adapter
    Great product. allows you to run one line through the walls and split it out to two ports on your router, and two devices on the slave side. Remember you will need two of these, one on each end. You have to use two Ethernet ports on your router...you can not run two devices to one port.

    PROS: Low cost splitter

    CONS: none
    February 4, 2011

    PROS: Good quality. Worked as expected. Shipped same day as ordered. Very satisfied.

    CONS: None
    March 10, 2014
    Great price as always, and prompt delivery. Thanks Monoprice!
    January 31, 2011
    Works perfectly. I use this type of adapter to connect my single cat5e to my switch, then plug a PID 1107 into the other end (which is a wall plate). I then run two separate cat5e's from the PID 1107 to my devices (xbox360 & HTPC) . Both can and have been on the internet/network SIMULTANEOUSLY with no issues.
    January 12, 2010
    Works Great
    back in the old days we made these out of short pieces of cable and punch down sockets. This is way better and more cost effective.

    PROS: Great way to get an extra cat5 connection without running another cable.

    CONS: none
    February 27, 2014