My shop is 500 meters far from the outer gate, on a steep hill, and there is no straight path or line of sight between the 2 points. How would be the best way to extend the internet connection from the outer gate to the shop router ? I have read this post that solves the problem using ethernet extenders like this and another post that recommends using optic fiber and media converters like this. I only need the network for common usage (browsing) and the coaxial cable from the ISP is standard RG-6
If I choose the first option (extenders) how exactly would the setup look like ? My guess: the coaxial cable from my ISP would go into the modem and the modem would connect to the first extender placed near the outer gate with RJ45 cable. Then a 500 meters coaxial cable would link this extender to a second one, and a RJ45 cable would link the second extender to my router. Is there a way the modem can be placed at the end point (my shop), and the ISP cable would go directly into the extender ?
If I choose the second option (media converter) I guess I would have to do something similar: to keep the modem next to a media converter, by the outer gate, connected via RJ45 cable and then link the first converter with a 500 meters cable to a second converter to change back from light to electricity ? In this case would the 2 converters be different ?
Which approach is the easiest/best one ? Where can I find more detailed instructions ? Which compatibility issues should I care about ?