Hi all. I need some electric advice & guidance - I just bought my first house after being an apartment dweller for years. As a result I know next to nothing about electric, sorry in advance for many basic questions to come. I think my CATV is grounded correctly, I just want to be sure. Here is the (all outside) connection path: from pole in street to my house, down side of house to a triple splitter. Attached to this splitter is a green wire. This green wire goes to a copper-colored bolt/connector that connects a total of three green wires. The three wires are (1) from CATV coax splitter, (2) the phone box, and (3) the electric meter. More info: The main electric box/circuit breaker is located inside the house directly behind/below the location of the outdoor meter. There is a copper-colored wire that goes from the main box inside to the outside and terminates in 2 ground rods (about 5 feet apart). My town has a code regarding the 2 ground rods. My questions: * I assume the green wire from the meter is connected to my house's ground? If so, my CATV is grounded properly? * Where is this "ground box" that I keep reading about everywhere? Is it necessary for me to take the cover off of the circuit breaker box to see this "ground box"? * As far as the cable ground goes, I have read of a "CATV ground box". Where is it and how is it different than the regular "ground box"? * If a satellite was to be installed it would need to be grounded. The ground connection would be to the same copper bolt that connects the other green wires? Thanks. Rich B.