Trouble with MOCA and 3100
wiredup62
Newbie

Hello, I am trying to use MOCA to get internet to a room that doesn't have an ethernet connection.   I bought a 2 pack 2.5 adapter, and am having trouble connecting with my verizon 3100 and asus router.     Setup is ONT>3100 (both coax and ethernet)>asus router for wifi.    My first question is, do I even need an adapter at the 3100 since it supports moca?  Just by having it hooked up to the coax in the wall, does it provide internet signal?   If it doesn't where should I put the adapter.  I have used a splitter to place it between the ONT and 3100, and after them.   I did get a blinking green coax at the 3100, but did not get anything (no blinking coax light)  where the 2nd adapter is placed in the room below that I am trying to get signal to.  Any tricks to getting the 2nd adapter to work.   I appreciate any incite.

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Cang_Household
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The MoCA adapter's coax needs to connect to the G3100's Coax.

ONT's coax is not concerned in your setup and should leave the current wiring configuration unchanged.

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Cang_Household
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G3100 does have MoCA 2.5 built in.

No matter where you place the MoCA adapters, their coax needs to find way to the G3100's coax port.

wiredup62
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Thanks for answering.  So, put the moca adapter between the ONT and G3100?

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Cang_Household
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The MoCA adapter's coax needs to connect to the G3100's Coax.

ONT's coax is not concerned in your setup and should leave the current wiring configuration unchanged.