In your post you refer to the provider connection as "Ethernet RJ45". I am not clear whether you really mean that it is an Ethernet connection or whether you might mean RJ45 and you normally associate that with Ethernet. Some serial connections come as RJ45 (especially when conecting to a CSU/DSU or a router with a built in CSU/DSU. Can you clarify what kind of connection the provider is giving you?
This clarification is helpful. The cable modem certainly uses Ethernet for the interface that you will use. So you would need 2 Ethernet interfaces. I am not sure that the 1602 supports 2 Ethernet interfaces.
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