Originally Posted by xnappo
. . . You need to make sure that none of those filters are in the line between the boxes too.
Amen. At each MoCA location, the first thing connected to the jack should be a diplexer - or a splitter if the Trio also needs the high band - with the filter on the output of the splitter in the line to the Trio, leaving the Actiontec at each location connected to the wire in the wall without a filter in the way.
However, if it's like the filters used with DSL modems that are supposed to be in the line to every device but
the DSL modem, you could do a second split after the first one, put the filter on the output of that splitter that doesn't
go to the Trio, and hope that the Trio and the Actiontec don't interfere with each other.
If the only thing on those jacks are
the Trios and the Actiontecs, try simply connecting them to the wall jacks through a splitter, put the filters on the Trios' outputs to the TVs, and see what happens.Edited by Philnick - 7/31/12 at 8:08am