Originally Posted by Philnick
Just put your two MoCA rooms onto a simple two-way splitter fed by one of the EVO's outputs.
Originally Posted by Wryker
Something I know from my experience having a box like that (but the splitter is no way as 'nice' as that one) from Comcast my Moto Moca boxes don't allow me to stream blu-ray from upstairs to down and I attribute it to not the Moca but the device I'm trying to send the BD feed from does not support 1GB ethernet. So all your devices and internet boxes on the network must be able to support 1GB.
I'm at a loss here! Essentially I've tried everything suggested; everything I could think - I've got the Networking working - and there's no cable cut outs or any such problems - but I just can't get streaming Blu-ray working!!
Phill: I did as you suggested. Got rid of the Diplexer in the middle and connected the MoCA Adapter the way I had the Diplexer connected. Networking worked fine and there were no TV cut outs or anything. I also got the Family Room & the Master Bedroom on one 2-way splitter.
Wryker: I agree; all devices need to support Gigabit Ethernet. I actually went through each device ... from the network adapters in my HTPC, to the Cable Modem, to the Vonage Adapter, to the Dune Smart D1 Media Player. There isn't a single device in my setup that doesn't have a Gigabit Ethernet port; there is no device which cannot support 1gbps connection.
I don't understand why so many other people (Over at the Dune Smart D1 forum) who are using the exact same MoCA Adapters ... some of them with old & complex cable wiring, worse then mine, are able to stream Blu-ray without any problems & I cannot.
I'm getting the EXACT SAME results, in terms of networking & bandwidth, with these MoCA Adapters that I got from my D-Link 500mbps Powerline Adapters. There is absolutely no difference in the speed/networking performance between the two. I could get networking established and I was able to stream MKV, M2TS and other HD media up to 20mbps bit rate with no problem. But I just can't seem to get stutter-free playback on a full Blu-ray ISO.
I have a question. Is there any way to for me to test the MoCA Adapter connection manually, OUT of my setup. Let me explain what I mean.
I've pulled the MoCA Adapters out of my setup. What I want to do is connect the MoCA Adapters manually with a Coaxial Cable ... directly one-to-one ... have my HTPC on one Adapter and my Dune Smart D1 on the other and see if I can stream Blu-ray that way. Essentially I want to start identifying what could be in my setup that's causing the network degredation. I want to start with the absolute bare minimum.
Can I do this somehow?