1. estevemartin's Avatar

    Newbie to MoCA. I hoping someone can have a look at my layout and let me know what I have wrong.

    I have been working from my modem/router backwards to my tv try to get a connection between the two MoCA devices. If I go straight from the first amplifier/splitter the connection works. As soon as I connect to the next amplifier/splitter I loose it. I've been try this with the amplifier/splitter's plugged in and not plugged in. The diagram shows my most simple configurations I have tried and where I got stuck. I have the first amplifier/splitter (left side of diagram) full and six in the other amplifier/splitter ports being used.

    I have about 75 feet between amplifier/splitter and also from the antenna to the first amplifier/splitter. If I don't have the amplifier/splitter plugged in I loose most of my tv signals.

    Thank you for your help. I am going to love having hardwired tv's and wifi extenders.

    amplifier/splitter: GHS-2PRO-M CATV MoCA Rated 2-Way Splitter

    layout link: MocaSetup.jpg - Google Drive
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    10-20-2019 10:00 AM
  2. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    Unfortunately I am not familiar with multimedia over coax, but will research a bit and see what I can find out.
    posted via carrier pigeon, converted to SOS, formatted into teletype and transmitted via 56k modem
    10-21-2019 02:50 PM

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