Want faster, reliable streaming on your WiFi?
The quality of a video stream can be affected when multiple people are streaming video into various devices in the home at one time, putting a strain on the home network. Video uses up a ton of bandwidth which can result in buffering – or annoying delays in the video stream. Establishing the best connection on your local network first, can make a big difference to the quality and performance of your stream. A great way to get a very reliable and fast connection around your home without having to run Ethernet everywhere is to use MoCA.
Use MoCA to Fix your Buffering and Streaming Video Problems
MoCA stands for Multimedia over Coax Alliance, and is a technology that uses the coaxial wiring (cable TV wiring) already in your home, to create an extremely reliable local network connection and up to 1 Gbps speeds, producing faster streaming video.
MoCA Network Adapters
MoCA Network Adapters send Internet data (including video streams) through the coaxial wiring in your home. MoCA Network Adapters connect to any Ethernet device that you want to have connected to your network.
To connect to your network to your coaxial wiring, you will need MoCA Network Adapters which come in pairs. Connect one MoCA Network Adapter to your modem/router and a second MoCA Network Adapter to your media player (or any Ethernet device) near a coaxial port (see diagram above). If your modems/routers are already MoCA enabled; you will only need a single MoCA Network Adapter to connect to the Ethernet device.