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June 21, 2018, 12:36 PM

Originally Posted by TNT View Post
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.
You don't have a junction in your home where multiple coax lines meet at one large splitter?

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