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Managing coaxial splitters to change internet outlet?

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Hi there

I have a white plate in a little closet that my comcast guy used to open whenever I wanted to change the room my ethernet port was located at (In the room, its a coaxial cable leading into my modem and wireless router). I want to change the location of my modem, and I dont want to pay 20 bucks just for the comcast guy to change a single wire, so I'm looking for advice here:

Below the little plate are:

1 Coaxial cable leading into a splitter, with 2 Coaxials leading out

1 Coaxial cable that doesnt lead into anything

several (5ish or so) ethernet wires that have been cut open (with the inner wires coiled around eachother to make a big bunch with big yellow thumbscrews around them that act like caps)

So, which of these wires should I change in order to change the location of my ethernet coaxial jack?
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This is what it looks like:

http://imgur.com/Ccknn
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