Let me start by saying I'm not really an IT admin so this may be a stupid question. I know just enough to be dangerous.
Although I'm not an IT admin, I help my wife's company with tech because I'm fairly techy. She just moved in to a new office that's in the ground floor of a residential building. When they were doing the buildout I requested ethernet runs with RJ45 ports in each room. Instead, they installed a coaxial F-series connector in each room (like for residential cable).
Is it possible to hire someone to re-terminate the coaxial ports as RJ45 and just use the existing cable runs or would they need to pull new Cat6 cable?
Obviously I'm not going to try doing this myself, but any guidance is greatly appreciated so I know what I'm asking for when I start calling LAN installers.