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  • What Benefits MoCA Can Bring to Wi-Fi Mesh?
    MoCA technology can enhance Wi-Fi mesh networks by providing reliable and fast backhaul connectivity. With Wi-Fi mesh networks, multiple access points are used to extend coverage throughout the home. However, the backhaul connection between access points can be a bottleneck, resulting in slower speeds and a less reliable network. By incorporating MoCA technology, Wi-Fi mesh networks can benefit from a dedicated and fast backhaul connection over existing coaxial cables. This provides a more reliable and consistent network, with faster speeds and lower latency. Additionally, MoCA technology allows for more devices to be connected to the network without sacrificing performance, making it an ideal solution for modern homes with multiple devices. Overall, MoCA technology can bring significant benefits to Wi-Fi mesh networks by providing a reliable and fast backhaul connection, improving network performance and enhancing the overall user experience.
  • Can your MoCA devices bridge 802.1q VLAN tagged packets?
    Yes, some MoCA devices can bridge 802.1q VLAN tagged packets. However, it is important to check the specifications of the specific MoCA device you are using to ensure that it supports VLAN tagging. Some MoCA devices may not support VLAN tagging, or may require specific configuration settings to enable this feature.
  • Is MoCA full duplex?
    Yes, MoCA technology is full duplex, which means that it can transmit and receive data simultaneously over the same coaxial cable. This allows for faster and more efficient data transfer between devices connected to the MoCA network. Full duplex communication is a key feature of MoCA technology that helps to ensure high performance and reliability in home networking applications.
  • Will these work in an existing MOCA 2.0 environments? Obviously would have update at least 2 ends of the splits but would other ends be required to have 2.5 or would older MOCA adapters work with these?
    Yes, MoCA 2.5 devices are fully backward compatible with MoCA 2.0 devices and can be used in an existing MoCA 2.0 environment without any issues. However, to take advantage of the increased performance and features of MoCA 2.5, you will need to update at least two ends of the MoCA network to MoCA 2.5 devices. It is not necessary to replace all MoCA devices with MoCA 2.5 devices, as MoCA technology is designed to be backward compatible. However, keep in mind that the overall performance of the MoCA network may be limited by the lowest common denominator in the network. This means that if you have older MoCA devices in your network, the performance of the network may be limited by the capabilities of those devices. In summary, you can use MoCA 2.5 devices in an existing MoCA 2.0 environment, but to take full advantage of the new features and performance, you will need to update at least two ends of the MoCA network to MoCA 2.5 devices.
  • Does the admin GUI also allow configuring the MoCA frequency channel you want the extenders to run on?
    Our device can support three MoCA frequency configurations: D-band low, D-band high, and D-band extend. By default, all three configurations are enabled, creating a 5-channel connection from 1125MHz to 1625MHz. It's worth noting that many cable companies use the D-band low frequencies (1125MHz to 1225MHz) for MoCA WAN. However, our device can be configured to use D-band high only (1350MHz to 1675MHz), creating a 3-channel connection. This provides greater flexibility for users who may need to optimize their MoCA network for their specific requirements.
  • Does MoCA work with any network access technology?
    MoCA technology is compatible with a wide range of network access technologies, including fiber (GPON/EPON), DOCSIS, Ethernet, and even a type of MoCA technology used for connecting buildings and multiple dwelling units called MoCA Access. This versatility allows for easy integration of MoCA technology into a variety of networking environments.
  • Is your product MoCA certified by the MoCA Certification Board ?
    Our product is based on Maxlinear's latest MoCA chip, which is a newer MoCA technology known as the MxL3710. This chip has already passed MoCA 2.5 certification, so there is no need for us to undergo the certification process again for our product.
  • Does your MoCA adapter includes a filter inside the device already, such that connecting Modem/TV/etc to the second (marked TV) coaxial connector of the device will filter out MoCA frequencies?"
    Our adapter features two internal filters. The first filter is designed specifically for MoCA and is located between the MoCA chip and the MoCA port. This filter has a frequency range of 1125 to 1675 MHz. The second filter is for TV and is located between the MoCA port and the TV port. This filter has a frequency range of 5 to 1002 MHz. These filters help to ensure that the MoCA and TV signals do not interfere with each other, providing reliable and efficient performance for both.
  • The admin / config page will not load at all, page just times out."
    To access the web admin page, you need to manually set your IP address to with a subnet of since the adapter does not have a DHCP server. Once your IP address is set, you can load the web admin page by entering the default IP of the device, which is, into your web browser. The default username for the device is admin, and the default password is gocoax. To change the default password, log in to the web admin page and navigate to the password settings.
  • Couple of quick questions around the firmware on the adapters: 1,Do you plan on issuing firmware updates? 2,How would I know they are available? 3,What level of support do you plan on providing for the adapters specifically for firmware or other types of updates?
    If the chip vendor updates the software development kit (SDK), we will release a new firmware based on the updated SDK. To ensure our customers have access to the latest firmware, we will make it available for download on our website. We will also send an email notification to all customers with a link to download the new firmware. If customers require technical support during the firmware upgrade, we will do our best to provide assistance and ensure a smooth transition to the new firmware.
  • What is MoCA technology?
    MoCA technology is a network protocol that enables the distribution of content over the existing in-home coaxial TV cabling network. This network is commonly used for transmitting television signals. MoCA technology ensures reliable packet delivery to their destination, which is crucial for seamless content streaming and communication between devices. Its primary function is to guarantee delivery of packets to their destination, ensuring that users can enjoy high-quality, uninterrupted entertainment and communication experiences.
  • What problem does MoCA technology solve and how does it make the home network better?
    MoCA technology provides a reliable backbone for wireless connectivity in the home, ensuring that devices have a consistent and strong connection. As consumers bring more devices into the home, a wire is required to guarantee the wireless network. Despite improvements in Wi-Fi technology, live content streaming, gaming, virtual reality, and UHD format programming all strain even the most robust wireless network. MoCA technology's high performance and reliability lower the overall cost of managing the network or total cost of ownership. This is important for both operators and consumers as guaranteed network performance and content delivery reduces the need for continuous equipment upgrades and eliminates downtime from non-performing networks. For operators, a well-performing network is crucial as customer complaints mean they are not receiving services for which they have paid. The operator is then obligated to send a technician to fix the problem, which adds to the overall cost of network management. Integrating MoCA technology into the network reduces operational costs as delivery of services is guaranteed and additional repairs and customer complaints are eliminated. For consumers, a well-functioning network also eliminates downtime from inability to access the internet, providing them with a seamless and uninterrupted online experience.
  • What are some of the alternative technologies and mediums available for home networking?
    When designing a home network, consider products that integrate both Wi-Fi and MoCA technology for maximum performance and satisfaction. Large houses, multi-dwelling unit environments, thick building materials, and the nature of in-home wiring can all affect the performance and satisfaction level of a home network. Wi-Fi technology is a shared medium, so the more devices on the network, the less bandwidth available. A Wi-Fi-based network may not reach every room in the home, and signals will not go through walls. It is also prone to interference from a neighbor's network. Products using power line technology are easy to use and outlets are found in every room. However, power line is prone to interference from everyday household appliances such as vacuum cleaners, microwave ovens, and DECT phones. It is not ideal for HD or ultra HD content distribution, and it can be affected by the condition and age of the wiring. Ethernet (Cat5/6) is a viable option and provides the performance and reliability of MoCA. However, Ethernet is not pre-installed in every home like coax, and every time there is an upgrade to the specification, a new category of wiring is required. Unlike MoCA, which is a "no new wires" technology, Ethernet requires new wiring every time. By integrating both Wi-Fi and MoCA technology, users can enjoy the benefits of both technologies, providing maximum performance and satisfaction for their home network.
  • What is the bandwidth for simultaneous up/down transmission?
    MoCA technology allows for a maximum of 16 devices on one network. All devices share the 2.5G bandwidth to transfer data between them. The up/down transmission cannot be easily determined as devices communicate bidirectionally. For example, if you connect two devices directly, you can achieve a two-way throughput of up to 1Gbps during testing. MoCA technology enables devices to transfer data in both directions, providing a fast and reliable network for a range of applications. It is important to consider the number of devices on the network and the type of data being transferred when evaluating the performance of a MoCA network.
  • Does MoCA technology work on any type of coax?
    MoCA technology operates on the same coaxial network used for television signal transmission. If your location receives a TV signal, you can use MoCA technology. This allows for a simple and convenient installation process, as the existing coaxial infrastructure can be used to provide a fast and reliable network.
  • How fast can MoCA go?
    MoCA technology enables fast and reliable data transmission over existing coaxial networks. MoCA 2.5 provides transmission speeds of up to 2.5 Gbps, while MoCA 2.0 is capable of up to 1 Gbps. MoCA 2.5 is backward interoperable with MoCA 2.0 and MoCA 1.1, allowing for compatibility with older devices.
  • Is there a link issue between AT&T 5268AC FXN and MoCA 2.5 adapter?
    Yes. AT&T 5268AC FXN is a famous product. It used chipset from Broadcom. The 2.5Gb PHY of MoCA2.5 adapter is from Maxlinear(Acquired from Intel). Looks like they compliance issue. They can't link up together. To resolve the issue, please insert a switch between the router and the MoCA adapter. Don't let them connect directly.


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