What you should do is buy a wireless router to serve as a wireless bridge, in order to be able to access the internet connection location elsewhere in the house. Been there, done that. You won't need to use the outlet at all. Brand isn't important either since there are so many to choose from. I've used Linksys, Netgear, Buffalo, etc. in a pinch and they all functional nearly the same way once you have correctly configured them in bridge mode.
Head over to DSLreports.com, in one of the Verizon/FIOS centered sub-forums to find out how to set up your device in bridge mode successfully with your FIOS service.
Hi. I want to get ethernet connection in my room but the only outlet in my room is a coax cable outlet. The coax cable outlet is working, and i can connect my router or tv to that coax cable and I will be able to get Verizon fios. What I want to do is use that coax outlet as an ethernet outlet so i purchased a Verizon ECB2200V cable modem. I plug in the coax cable into it and ethernet coming out however, when i plug the ethernet port into my computer, I do not get internet. I still get an IP address but it is not connected to my main router on the other side of the house. My router does not have a cable modem plugged into it. It's just plugged in strait into coax. <span id="INSERTION_MARKER">How can I fix this and why isn't it working?