[SOLVED] Do I need two MoCA-to-ethernet adapters if my modem has a MoCA port?

Oct 14, 2020
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I was thinking of putting a MoCA-to-ethernet adapter in a remote room in my apartment so I can have an ethernet hub there. My ISP modem (its not a modem-router combo) has a MoCA port, so does that mean I don't need to get two MoCA-to-ethernet adapters? Any help would be much appreciated!
 
Ok thank you
Welcome! Moca is pretty awesome for what you're using them for, and in fact you can use the g1100 router from frontier/verizon and it has a built-in switch. You just have to disable the router parts of it, and you have a moca adapter, switch, and ap all in one for under $40 used. These max out at only 500Mbps as they're moca 2.0, but not 2.0 bonded, but that should be good enough for most things. I love mine.
 

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