Hey guys, I'm hoping to get some advice from the wealth of experience you all have.
My house's network backbone is mostly Moca. I have plenty of ethernet runs, but when it comes to getting data to them, I use Moca 2.0 adapters because running ethernet to the primary spots isn't really possible. I've diagrammed how this is laid out with the attached image.
My problem is, I'm not getting the signal quality I should be. It's around 80% and I'm seeing macro blocking because of it. I know it's because of the splitters in the basement.
I'm wondering if you guys have any advice on how to split the coax in a way that:
- Ensures a fast link on Moca so my networking from basement to attic is as fast as possible
- My tuners have strong signals
I'm not sure if it means to split the incoming coax twice: once to give a powerful signal to the moca adapter, and then again to the tuners. Or if I need a signal booster. What are the options for signal boosting?
Thanks a ton for any help you guys can provide to get my setup a little more stable!