I have DirecTV and currently have AT&T Uverse for internet. We are in a newer home (built in 2012) and where the utilities come into the house, there is only one coax wire, which is being used by the DirecTV dish (newer dish, SWiM setup). Uverse internet is coming in via a Cat5 (or Cat6) wire - both end in a central panel, which works well, allowing me to distribute the DirecTV, and I have the AT&T router right there. I am looking to switch to Time Warner cable internet as it has faster speeds and cheaper prices than Uverse in my area (50/5 on Time Warner for $10 less per month than my 18/1 on Uverse)...however I'm concerned that I don't have an available coax line to bring the cable modem service into the house. Drilling a new hole would be difficult as we live in a home with brick and stone facade and the distribution panel is on the 2nd floor. 1) Can DirecTV and Cable Internet share the same coax? or 2) Can I use the cat5 wire to bring in the cable internet signal? Thanks in advance for any help or advice here.