Plugged into what? DSL modem/router or cable modem/router?
They are absolutely different devices. So which one do you have in a 1st place?
As for the connection(s):
both for sure should be connected to your network card that would be a network cable
then, DSL or ADSL modems should be connected by phone cable (through a filter)
connection of a cable modem to a cable line is different. It looks like an antenna connection
Not necessarily actually, because you may or may not have cable TV. In case you have the latter you can use a splitter & then connect your cable modem. Otherwise it is just a cable connected to your house/unit & then (again) a cable modem
No modem or router here. The internet wire goes directly into laptop i.e attached directly to laptop. The internet wire is the same as the 1st screenshot, network cable.jpg by SiberLynx in the above post i.e the connecting point of the wire to the laptop is same.
UPDATE - On the terrace of my building there is a box of my ISP, the internet wire from the box enters in my apartment through window & is attached to the laptop.
Well, I have no cable. (To watch on regular TV - need a set-top box (STB).)
IP-TV can be viewed on a PC. The number of channels may be limited by ISP.
You can ask your ISP. In a digital format, you can view TV channels offered on the TV screen using a special device Set Top Box, connected to the local network.
Set-top box to view digital channels. Digital format has advantages over analog signal.
The switch Ethernet (Switch);
2 cables Ethernet; ( 1 for PC. 2 for STB)
On the terrace of my building there is a box of my ISP, the internet wire from the box enters in my apartment through window
I think you misunderstood me. I too have set top box as it is compulsory nowadays here. All the other things I mentioned for infos. I just want to know if my connection is cable or dsl broadband. I think its cable broadband. I couldn’t contact my isp today for some reasons. I will try to contact them & post the findings here.