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The MA2500D is a MoCA 2.5 enabled device designed to extend network connectivity in homes using existing coax TV cable. MoCA technology provides a powerful and easy to use network for Internet access, Wi-Fi, and entertainment throughout the home. With bonded MoCA channels, the device can deliver a real traffic throughput of up to 2.5Gbps, which is ideal for streaming full HD/4K videos and high-speed online gaming, including VR games.

The installation process for the MA2500D is straightforward and can be completed within a few minutes. The device is easy to set up; you only need to connect the RF/Ethernet cables and power on the device before placing it in an appropriate location, either wall-mounted or desktop mounted.

Compared to the WF-803M, the MA2500D provides an upgrade in Ethernet ports, from a GE port to a 2.5GbE port, which is beneficial for higher-speed data transfer and better overall network performance.

​Key Features

  • Wall mounting or desk mounting

  • MoCA2.5 over Coax

  • Up to 5 channels bonded

  • Up to 16 nodes in same network

  • Up to 2.5Gbps real traffic throughput

  • 1 x MoCA in port for Coax

  • 1 x 2.5GbE RJ45 LAN

  • 1 x Reset button

  • 1 x MPS pairing button

  • 4 x Status LEDs (Power/ ETH / SEC/ MoCA)

LEDs and Buttons​


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​Network diagram

The MA2500D and other similar products that use MoCA technology can support a variety of network diagrams based on the different ISPs (Internet Service Providers) available. The typical network diagrams that can be supported include:

  • Cable ISP: 

It is essential to double-check the upper frequency of your cable modem when using MoCA technology in conjunction with a cable ISP such as Comcast, Spectrum, Cox, or others. This is because the cable Internet (DOCSIS3.0 or DOCSIS3.1) will share the same coaxial network with MoCA.

The upper frequency limit of a cable modem is typically 1002MHz, and MoCA uses a frequency range of 1125-1675MHz. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that the upper frequency of your cable modem is within the range that MoCA can support.

To check the upper frequency of your cable modem, you can visit the CableLabs website and navigate to the "Certification" page. From there, you can check the "DS Freq Range" column of "Certified and Qualified Devices" to confirm that the upper frequency of your cable modem is within the supported range.

By ensuring that the upper frequency of your cable modem is compatible with MoCA technology, you can avoid any potential conflicts and ensure that your home network operates smoothly and efficiently.



  • Cable ISP, the upper frequency of cable modem is 1218MHz. Some DOCSIS3.1 modems have a higher upper frequency, such as ARRI1263. Please install a 2-way splitter to connect MoCA adapter and cable modem. And just before the cable modem, please install a PoE filter to separate DOCSIS and MoCA signals in the same coaxial network.



  • If you have a fiber internet service provider or use other types of internet connections, you may have an Ethernet cable connected to your main router to provide internet access. However, if you only need to use MoCA to connect your devices, it's much easier to use your home's existing coaxial cable wiring. MoCA technology allows you to create a high-speed Ethernet network without having to run new Ethernet cables throughout your home.




  • Ensure that all splitters are able to support MoCA and transmit MoCA signals in the frequency range of 1125-1675MHz. Specifically, for Splitter 1, connect the coaxial cables from different rooms to ensure that the MoCA adapters can communicate with each other. If the MoCA light is off, it may indicate a connectivity issue, which can be resolved by checking the connections to Splitter 1.

  • To build a MoCA network, you will need to have at least two MoCA devices or adapters. If you do not already have these, you can purchase at least two MoCA adapters or use any existing MoCA equipment you have to set up your network.

  • Standard MoCA networks use a frequency range known as the D-band, which unfortunately overlaps with the frequency range used by Satellite TV. As a result, normal MoCA and Satellite TV cannot operate together on the same coaxial network due to interference, which disrupts the signal. In the future, it may be possible to develop special MoCA devices that can support this scenario and allow for normal MoCA and Satellite TV to operate in the same network without interference.

  • Some older products may use outdated MoCA technology that is not fully compliant with newer MoCA devices, such as MoCA 2.5 products. If you experience any issues with compatibility or compliance, please do not hesitate to contact us directly for assistance.

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