Anyone have any experience creating a wired / wireless network with MoCa and mesh routers? It's a modest sized condo, but I would prefer a more consistent wired / wireless network. There are 3 rooms that need internet, so I suppose the least important room will have to stay wireless, but is very close to where I would put one of the wired satellites / router
I'm looking at this equipment.
So. The modem and router being downstairs, I'll use the MoCa adapter to send the signal upstairs to the bedroom where it will hook to a satellite for a wired backhaul. The third satellite will go in the second bedroom and be wireless.
I've read I need MoCa filters:
I'm confused where to install those. I assume one at the main drop coming into the residence, and another on each of the adapters.
Things I'm considering. 2 MoCa adapters for a wired backhaul to both satellites. So it would be the modem and 2 MoCa adapters running off of one wall coax outlet. Too much on one outlet? A satellite in each bedroom connected through MoCa. Also, perhaps getting a better mesh system that has 4 ethernets on each unit, like a high end Orbi, or Asus ZenWifi
The idea is that if it has an Ethernet port, that's how it will be connected.
Any thoughts / ideas?