Originally Posted by qwerty11
Does anybody have anymore info on Moco?
Perhaps you meant MoCA?
MoCA is a networking protocl that uses coax rather than twisted pair wires to carry signal. With proper adapters you can bridge MoCA and Eithernet networks.
You still need IP addresses, and you are limited to about 1/3rd (300 Mbps max) of the speed of typical eithernet (1 Gbps). You can use MoCA just as you would eithernet.
Cost is much higher for MoCA equipment than eithernet. Most parts are not widely available through retail channels, and you are pretty much limited to stuff that "falls off the truck" which may or may not be tied to the provider.
You are probably much beter off using powerline network than MoCA 9if eithernet is not an option), since it is more widely available through retail.
Just for comparison costs:
Typical powerline adapter is about $50, and you will need at least 2 to connect a piece of equipment to the network.
Typical MoCA adapter is about $100 and you also need 2 to connect a piece of equipment to the network.
Typical ethernet adapter is $10, and a 1000 ft. spool of Cat5e (supports gigabit) is about $40.