said by aziz786:
I do not think I need a bridge so no LAN connection to the primary router is needed, correct?
The configuration documented in the FAQ
, is a MOCA LAN bridge, so the label in your diagram is correct.
As others have mentioned, you can not have two MOCA WAN connections.
I think some of the confusion is arising from the fact that the Actiontec supports both MOCA WAN and MOCA LAN over the same coax connection.
If you don't disable the Broadband Coax (MOCA WAN) connection in the second router as directed in the FAQ, the two routers will fight for control of the MOCA WAN connection from the ONT.--
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