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join:2005-09-26
West Chester, PA
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reply to AndyD2k

Re: Thinking of getting my own cable tuner & router - questions

said by AndyD2k:

I really don't need the Actiontec at all in my network then?

Also what about moca adapters? If I switch to ethernet, will I still be able to use a moca adapter? I have one that I use in one of my bedrooms but I can switch to wireless if necessary

If you're using a MOCA adapter, you will need either:
•Another MOCA adapter to get from your router onto the MOCA LAN, or,
•Keep the Actiontec as a MOCA bridge behind your router.

The switch from MOCA WAN to cat5 affects only the WAN connection from the ONT to your router. Your MOCA LAN connection is separate.
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