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 apartment?
Thanks in advance!