Anyone Tried MoCA Adapter for Backbone via Coax?
My house is not wired with Ethernet cables, unfortunately. I have a second Mesh Router now that I am going to set up initially with a wireless back-haul. My only real option for a wired back-haul is to use the existing Coax cables with MoCA adapters, such as the Motorola Bonded adapters (apparently good for 1 Gbit). Anyone tried this? Any reason this shouldn't work? Is it even worth doing?
@nick-transier I had looked at this some time ago, but held off as there appear to be some issues if you put IPTV signal on the same line (I have AT&T U-Verse). Would be interested in seeing if this works. Here is one of the links that caused me to hold off.
@rakesh-gupta Thanks for this. I use YouTube TV and have no other boxes using the coax, other than the line into the house for Time Warner/Spectrum, which I can segregate. I'm thinking of using the existing runs for a point to point connection that won't carry any other data.