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June 20, 2018, 11:50 PM

Originally Posted by Dark View Post
Powerline ethernet adapters are a waste of time IMO. They work well when the circuit isn't being used but almost any power draw causes throughput to drop and latency to rise.

MoCA is the only substitute for ethernet that I would use in a home (if you aren't using vlans): https://www.amazon.com/Actiontec-Bon...words=moca+2.0

If you're looking at new WIFI options then get a Ubiquiti Unifi NanoHD WAP; you may be able to get away with a single unit depending on where it's placed in your home.
MoCA seems like a great idea, because I have coax everywhere I could want a wired Ethernet connection and then some, but in have read that it doesn't work if there are splitters in the path, and I have no way of knowing how many and where they could be in the walls.
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