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Actiontec WCB3000N Single Dual-Band Wireless Extender $9.99 @Amazon

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  • Turns any existing cable coax connection into a high speed Ethernet outlet.
  • Compatible with smart TVs, gaming consoles, Blu-ray players, DVRs, laptops and smartphones
  • Dual 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios eliminate wireless dead spots and lost signals throughout the home.
  • Wireless extender provides networking speeds twice as fast as wireless repeaters
  • Actiontec app lets you configure your wireless network extender and measure the strength of your Wi-Fi signals. Please refer the installation Guide before use.
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These are getting posted a lot recently. Are routers that support MOCA getting more common?? This requires a router with moca and Ethernet line from router to desired AP location yes?
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dual band wireless extender, such a moutful of a name
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These are getting posted a lot recently. Are routers that support MOCA getting more common?? This requires a router with moca and Ethernet line from router to desired AP location yes?
Repost of my post...lol.

Not really all that common to begin with. Just a lot of people who have fios have a moca-enabled router, so this $10 device is a nice way to extend the network without drilling for ethernet. Some Comcast xfinity gateways also have moca...which also work with these devices.

People don't want to pay the exorbitant costs for those 6 antenna routers to properly cover their homes (i don't blame them), besides providing no real guarantee of a solid connection (every house is different...my mom has a ranch house with too many stone walls, horrible for Wi-Fi). Moca and Powerline achieve that on the cheap...just Powerline is more popular since, as crazy as it may sound, a lot of people don't even have coax wiring in their homes.

Problem is for most coax adapters, the price is kinda out there. Coax 2.0 bonded adapters are expensive. And MoCA 1.1 wifi enabled devices are not that common...the most common are the G1100 a 2.0 bonded device with AC Wi-Fi which runs for $40-$50 or more on ebay, and the MI424WR (which most people are not too hot on because it is Wi-Fi N) which generally runs $20 on Craigslist. People don't love dealing on Craigslist or ebay, and amazon provides a nice easy reliable way to purchase a quality product at bottom barrel price (under $10). The g1100 sounds great until you realize the antennas are internal. For $40 you might as well buy a cheap TPLink AC router with external antennas.
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Last edited by Tokar May 18, 2018 at 03:12 PM.
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