ECB6200 interfering with FIOS tv one mini
nation1
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Hello, I have two actiontec ECB6200 adapters, a g1100 router in switch mode & a Fios tv one mini. I configured the ECB6200's to use DBand High on 1400hz since fios used 1150hz however when I turn on both of the actiontec adapter, my Fios TV one mini is having a hard time getting a signal from the g1100. An example of my current setup: https://i.imgur.com/JHeWf57.png

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Edg1
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You don’t really need the 1st adapter that’s with the G1100. The G1100 is MoCA 2.0 and will support 15 clients. Switch the adapter in the room with the mini back to 1150 MHz and get rid of the first one next to the G1100. 

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Edg1
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You don’t really need the 1st adapter that’s with the G1100. The G1100 is MoCA 2.0 and will support 15 clients. Switch the adapter in the room with the mini back to 1150 MHz and get rid of the first one next to the G1100. 

nation1
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The G1100 is MoCA 2.0, my adapter is bonded MoCA 2.0 which can reach gigabit speeds.

clem21
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@nation wrote:

Hello, I have two actiontec ECB6200 adapters, a g1100 router in switch mode & a Fios tv one mini. I configured the ECB6200's to use DBand High on 1400hz since fios used 1150hz however when I turn on both of the actiontec adapter, my Fios TV one mini is having a hard time getting a signal from the g1100. An example of my current setup: https://i.imgur.com/JHeWf57.png


Try turning on one ECB6200 and see if it effects the mini, then the other. Change the 5ghz channel on the offending ECB6200 to one at least 3 away from what it is now. Use fixed channels instead of automatic.

nation1
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Happens when I turn the 2nd adapter on which creates the link, I tried 1300hz, 1400hz, 1550hz & 1600hz

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