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GoCoax [gocoax.com] has their MoCA 2.5 adapter WF-803M back in stock for $59.99. Shipping is free. Easily bridge your ethernet connection through your home's existing coaxial cables. Theoretical speeds up to 2.5 Gbps. Backwards compatible with previous MoCA version adapters.

If you have services other than FiOS, you'll want to get a PoE filter as well. They sell these, but they're much cheaper on Amazon.
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Last Edited by BMWZ8Bond February 27, 2020 at 02:12 PM
Back in stock at Amazon if you prefer that:

https://www.amazon.com/goCoax-Ada...07XYDG7WN/

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I have 3 of these now. Fantastic devices that just work. Be careful of cheap wall jacks, I've had that be the source of issues , but when bypassing or replacing the wall jacks with quality connectors these things are solid.
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I have 3 of these now. Fantastic devices that just work. Be careful of cheap wall jacks, I've had that be the source of issues , but when bypassing or replacing the wall jacks with quality connectors these things are solid.
What kind of real world speeds are you seeing?
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how does this work when you have a bunch of xfinity dvr boxes in the house?
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What kind of real world speeds are you seeing?
I have gig down 25 up, and in my office my home computer gets to the internet as follows: PC>>1gig switch>>moca 2.5>> moca 2.5>>1gig switch>>Ubiquiti Edgerouter>>Docsis3.1 modem>>ISP.
I'm getting a gig down and about 22/23 up.
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how does this work when you have a bunch of xfinity dvr boxes in the house?
Snip from the main site: https://imgur.com/a/lUjyEE5
MoCA works on a different frequency on the same wire as your dtv/cabletv/dish etc.

You'll notice on the product page, it has 2 ports. One pops out for your normal xfinity gear, one to connect to at least one other MoCA device via the main run cable to whatever room you're in

https://www.gocoax.com/
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I have gig down 25 up, and in my office my home computer gets to the internet as follows: PC>>1gig switch>>moca 2.5>> moca 2.5>>1gig switch>>Ubiquiti Edgerouter>>Docsis3.1 modem>>ISP.
I'm getting a gig down and about 22/23 up.
Nice. Any cable splitters between the two moca adapters?
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how does this work when you have a bunch of xfinity dvr boxes in the house?
It works to bridge your Ethernet network and the coax network your DVRs are on.
I bought one of these to replace my Verizon router after it died so I wouldn't have to buy more equipment from Verizon. I had the Verizon router connected behind my router which was connected to the FIOS box in the basement). After the Verizon router died, my DVR wasn't able to download guide or PPV data.
With the MoCA adapter in place to bridge the two networks, my DVR was again able to download guide and PPV data.


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I've got a couple of these and can vouch for how awesome they are. I had a pair of Actiontec 2.0 MoCA adapters that they replaced and I'm getting better speeds now.
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It works to bridge your Ethernet network and the coax network your DVRs are on.
I bought one of these to replace my Verizon router after it died so I wouldn't have to buy more equipment from Verizon. I had the Verizon router connected behind my router which was connected to the FIOS box in the basement). After the Verizon router died, my DVR wasn't able to download guide or PPV data.
With the MoCA adapter in place to bridge the two networks, my DVR was again able to download guide and PPV data.


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interesting, from what I understand xfinity dvr boxes make their own moca network, so there could be interference
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Nice. Any cable splitters between the two moca adapters?
https://imgur.com/a/jXJQXWw In this pic, you can see my office and my primary living room coming into a splitter. Both locations get 1gb downloads from the internet. Behind my TV I have another splitter where I have a powered antenna plugged in and run over by a window facing primary TV broadcast antenna locations. You can also see in that pic where I'm dumping out OTA TV to a couple TV tuners. Get quality splitters etc and you'll be fine.
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https://imgur.com/a/jXJQXWw In this pic, you can see my office and my primary living room coming into a splitter. Both locations get 1gb downloads from the internet. Behind my TV I have another splitter where I have a powered antenna plugged in and run over by a window facing primary TV broadcast antenna locations. You can also see in that pic where I'm dumping out OTA TV to a couple TV tuners. Get quality splitters etc and you'll be fine.
Thanks for the input.

Ooc, do you know what frequencies are on your splitter? I've heard that for full advantage of 2.5 you need to pass 2600MHz. All my splitters except for one are 1000MHz ish. Just wondering if I'll still be getting gig speed or so.
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Thanks for the input.

Ooc, do you know what frequencies are on your splitter? I've heard that for full advantage of 2.5 you need to pass 2600MHz. All my splitters except for one are 1000MHz ish. Just wondering if I'll still be getting gig speed or so.
I'm using these: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1 and getting gig speeds
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What is their return policy?
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