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Henrik
Jul 16, 2021
In Everything for MoCA
Hi guys, I wrote this to goCoax support as well, but figured someone else in the forums might have seen the same and could offer some insights? I have 4 pcs WF-803M in my house and seeing some issues. They are all updated to the latest firmware 1.0.12 and factory reset – only the management IP address has been changed so I can access all devices. Initially they all run fine. I get steady 1Mbps results with iperf3 from all devices. They all respond to ping on the management IP with close to 0% loss. But after some time – maybe a few hours or less one of the devices show “NA” in the MoCA Link Rates page to/from all the other devices and all the other devices also show NA to/from this one “bad” device. It happens to different devices. At this point it still responds to ping on the management IP and I can manage it via the web page, but all ethernet traffic is gone. When I connect a device to ethernet the link comes up, but no traffic passes through the device until I reboot it. I have attached 2 pictures showing the NA situation on the bad device and how all the other devices see the same. Do you have any good ideas? Kind regards, Henrik Otterstrøm
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Henrik
Mar 15, 2021
In Everything for MoCA
Hi guys, Do you know how WF-803M will handle VLAN tags? I'm hoping it will simply pass any VLAN tags and then it will be up to the devices at each ethernet endpoint end to handle the packets accordingly. Can any one confirm this - any insights will be appreciated. Thanks 😀 Kind regards, Henrik
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Henrik
Feb 23, 2021
In Everything for MoCA
Greeting all. I would like your advice on this. I've just moved to a house with coax cabling but no ethernet anywhere. So I have already ordered 2 pcs WF-803M devices waiting for the arrival here in Denmark in a few days. The coax connection from the street (the cable provider) terminates in the garage from where 3 coax "strings" runs around the house. This is an old style cabling where several TV wall plugs are kinda daisy chained on the same string - not placed in a star topology. Since I do not use the TV signal at all from the cable provider, I wanted to connect the 3 strings in the garage to form a single coax "backbone" so I can connect MoCA adapters on any TV wall plugs (effectively turning them into ethernet LAN) and have them all see each other. My question is: How do I best connect these three coax strings in the Garage? Is it as simple as connecting them to the "out"-ports of a 3-way splitter, leaving the "in"-port empty? Any comments or advice is highly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Henrik
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