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  • Viridios commented on ravin108's instructable How to set up a coax (MoCA) network5 months ago
    How to set up a coax (MoCA) network

    Hey Ravin! Great article!A little background before my questions. I used to have cable and recently canceled it and I'm looking to expand my home network to help an old bluray player with non 5gz wireless adapter and to add a plex media htpc. From what I remember, only some of my coax connections in my rooms worked. Like my bedroom had two connections, but the tech couldn't use one of them for the modem.Two questions - 1 - Is it possible to test my coax connections to make sure this works beforehand? Should i just stick to using the coax connections that I know were able to pull cable and or/internet?2 - Silly question. For the coax splitters, for example and 1 to 2, they're always labeled as 1 in and 2 out(or whatever number of connections it has). But I noticed you fed you MoCA connec...see more »Hey Ravin! Great article!A little background before my questions. I used to have cable and recently canceled it and I'm looking to expand my home network to help an old bluray player with non 5gz wireless adapter and to add a plex media htpc. From what I remember, only some of my coax connections in my rooms worked. Like my bedroom had two connections, but the tech couldn't use one of them for the modem.Two questions - 1 - Is it possible to test my coax connections to make sure this works beforehand? Should i just stick to using the coax connections that I know were able to pull cable and or/internet?2 - Silly question. For the coax splitters, for example and 1 to 2, they're always labeled as 1 in and 2 out(or whatever number of connections it has). But I noticed you fed you MoCA connection from your router into an out connection. Are the labels superfoluous?

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