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Bonded MoCA 2.0 with Gigabit plan and STBs

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Re: Bonded MoCA 2.0 with Gigabit plan and STBs

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I plan on implementing this solution as well since my situation is almost similar (unit 3 floors away from ONT box in basement) but I don't have an STB. So does that mean I don't need the second MOCA splitter? Also, do I need a second MOCA 2.0 adapter (in the unit) if the coax is receiving signal from the MOCA2.0 adapter in my basement?

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Looking at this figure, why not just connect coax from the ONT directly into the ECB6200?  Isn’t there a coax input for the ECB6200?  This way you don’t need the splitter acting as a combiner?

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Yes, there is, and I think that would work, but the original poster used a splitter if I'm reading his post correctly. 

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