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Motorola Gigabit Speed MoCA 2.0 Adapter with 1 Gbps Ethernet Port | mm1000

$69.99
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Motorola Gigabit Speed MoCA 2.0 Adapter with 1 Gbps Ethernet Port | mm1000

$69.99
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  • Description
  • Tech Specs
  • true Gigabit speed

    Create ultra-fast Ethernet connections up to 1 Gbps between a router and any device with an Ethernet port using your home’s coax wiring. In addition to faster speeds, this adapter reduces latency and increases reliability.

    better WiFi

    Take the strain off WiFi connections and get more WiFi capacity by turning existing coax cable into broadband superhighways.

    superior streaming and gaming

    Get the speed you need for high-quality gaming and streaming—you’ll fall in love with a lower-latency network.

    plug and play

    No need to configure our MoCA adapter or your router. Just connect the MM1000 between your coax connection and your modem, WiFi router, or other connected device, and you’re ready to go.

    expert support included

    If you need help, easily tap into our two-year warranty and free US-based technicians.

  • MoCA Technology

    • MoCA 2.5
    • Interoperable with MoCA 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, bonded 2.0, and 2.5
    • Actual data speeds: Up to 2.5 Gbps*

    MoCA Bands

    • MoCA Ext Band D operation: 1125 - 1675 MHz

    Coax Interfaces

    • Two (2) MoCA coax connectors: Device and Network
    • Both connectors are F-type female 75 Ω

    Ethernet Interface

    • One (1) RJ45 2.5Gbps Ethernet port, with auto MDI/MDIX
    • Backwards compatible with 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet ports

    Ethernet Standard

    • IEEE 802.3x

    LEDs

    • Power, LAN, Link

    Physical

    • Dimensions: 4 7⁄8” wide x 3 1⁄8” deep x 1 1⁄8” tall
      (124 mm x 80 mm x 30 mm)
    • Weight: 4.23 ounces (120 grams)

    Chipset

    • MaxLinear MxL 3710

    Operating Temperature

    • 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)

    Power Adapter

    • Energy-efficient 5 Volt, 1 Amp power adapter with superior surge protection and 90-265VAC universal voltage input

    Certifications

    • FCC Part 15B, ISED Canada ICES-003, BV US/Canada ITE safety, CE

    Warranty

    • 2 years

    Coax Network Requirements

    • The MoCA Adapter MM1025 is designed to work with most coax networks including networks associated with cable TV, cable Internet, and FiOS or another fiber optic network.
    • The MoCA Adapter is NOT designed to work with DirecTV®, Dish, and other satellite networks, or with AT&T® Internet or AT&T® U-Verse, since these services use frequencies that conflict with the MoCA Adapter.

    Package Contents

    • MoCA Adapter, Power Cube, Flexible Coax Cable, Ethernet Cable, PoE Filter, 2 screws for optional wall mount, Quick Start

Customer Reviews

Based on 111 reviews
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Automate

This is my third Moca adapter. I need to connect mesh adapter with Ethernet as back haul. It's easy to install and easier to extend internet connection to other rooms. 17 digit password allows to secure the connection. Highly recommend it.

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MyTechGuyRI

Finally I'm able to completely get rid of the cheap Verizon FiOS router, and still have fully functional electronic program guide and video on demand on my Verizon set top box.Here's how I did it....1. Buy any router of your choosing.... I personally am using the ASUS AC-3200 If you've got Gigabit, you need a high performance router2. Buy this simple and inexpensive Motorola MOCA Adapter Model MM10003. Plug the ethernet cable from your FiOS ONT into the WAN port of the router4. Plug an ethernet cable from any of the LAN ports on the router into the LAN port on the Motorola MOCA adapter5. Plug the Cable TV Coax coming from the Verizon ONT into the cable connector marked NETWORK on the back of the Motorola MOCA adapter.6. Plug the Cable TV coax coming from your set top box into the cable connector marked DEVICE on the back of the Motorola MOCA adapter.7. Power everything up....8. Throw out your old cheap Verizon FiOS router... you don't need it anymore.That's it.... The MOCA adapter converts the ethernet signal to MOCA and connects the set top box to the network, your router will serve an IP address to your set top box automatically. No complicated bridge mode, and no cheap Verizon router in the mix at all.I'm using this setup myself right now, and I can confirm 100% it works flawlessly.

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Travis

I purchased 3 of these to provide my home network with a faster backbone than what I already had. As with most people who would purchase these, I don't have ethernet wired in my house and wanted a cheaper alternative to having that done. I currently have Verizon Fios (75/75) and had been using MoCA with the provided Actiontec wireless router. We had recently kind of cut the cord (I'll explain later) and with the addition of several Google homes and other technology I could see the network slowing down. My router is currently leasing addresses for 35 different devices so I felt it was time to revist my networks layout.I was previously considering the Actiontec solution but opted for the Motorola's because of the price point. The MoCA adapters worked great! Easy to setup with a stable and consistant connection so far. Along with all of the wireless devices we also use an HD Homerun Prime along with a Basic TV package from Verizon (only $10 extra a month with alot more channels than just locals). With all three tuners being used at the same time, the network was lagging. With the MM1000 in place I am now able to stream all three tuners without impacting other services. Awesome!As an added benefit, I am now able to fully realize the bandwidth from Verizon from any device in the house.As part of the network upgrade I also had Verizon provision the Ethernet port on the ONT. So it's Gig into the MM1000 from the ONT rather than continuing to use the Coax (MoCA) from the ONT. Because pictures are worth more than I'm willing to type, I attached some pictures that show the intall, network and results.UPDATE: Coming up on almost a year of use with now issues. All three units have worked flawlessly. I haven't had to reboot any of the units in that time although they have been inadvertently rebooted due to power outages. They did recover without any issues. I did update all three units to the latest firmware but that was only to add security. I have since upgraded my wireless router, going from a single unit on the second floor, to two units. One on the first floor and one on the second floor. This was not one of the mesh solutions but rather two seperate access points plugged directly into the MoCA adpaters on each floor.I did update my network diagram to reflect the change and to show that a single coax connection was going into each of the MoCA adapters. I still recommend the product for those that don’t have wired ethernet in your home but would like comparable speeds.

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RR

Short comment: works great!Long comment: My requirements were(a) point (downstairs room) to point (upstairs room) Coax segment to connect ISP wifi gateway with 10/100/1000 ports and dlink wifi router with 10/100/1000 ports,(b) with approx 50-75 feet length combined from two RG6 coax cables, (20-yr old home, btw, and length/cable type impacts signal budget for the adapters)(c) no cable TV or ota frequencies conflicts at this time or any other device, and(d) 1000Mbps bidirectional at upstairs point... since my internet is FTTH at downstairs point with ISP plan 1000Mbps upstream/downstream.Setup:No splitters used (since point-to-point) but may add if needing additional Moca segments to other rooms. Set up was as easy as 1-2-3, ie., (1) plugging power, (2) connect Ethernet cable (gateway/router to Moca adapter) and (3) connect coax (ignored device port).Test:- desktop PC with 1000Mbps NIC, of course, connected to dlink router via wired.- verified dlink router settings (remove any NAT since already in ISP gateway, or QoS, etc, to avoid slowing down by additional packet processing)- used my ISP's speed test page- get almost 850-950Mbps (multiple attempts) for upstream/downstream, ie., Same as downstairs point.Conclusion: MOCA 2.0 adapters from Motorola works great.Caveats: limited time use (1 week), limited to point-to-point and Ethernet only (no cable/ota/splitters, etc).

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nar

I have gigabit internet and my wifi devices were not getting the speeds I was paying for. So I go those mesh routers and that really improved. Then I read I could boost their performance wiring everything together. So I got powerline; powerline is a joke. I get 100 mbps if I'm lucky.So I said screw it, lets run the ethernet. I looked at my home plans, etc. but end of the day I wanted to see if there was anything I could do first because opening up my walls to run ethernet is time consuming, messy, and expensive. So enter this great adapter. I have a lot of coaxial cabling and there is a jack in every room. All the lines run to the electrical box in my basement, so no splitters. I bought a 4 way splitter (which has 1 input and 4 outputs) and plugged all these units together. I tested wired connection from each location of my home and I'm getting consistent 95 MB/s throughput. This is around 800 mbps which is incredible. Now all my AC1xxx wifi devices actually run at close to gigabit speeds. I had a desktop computer in bedroom it was struggling with wifi, now that's got a wired connection at close to gigabit speeds. I got a 5 port switch, plugged it into the moca adapter and my TV, Xbox, Apple TV, blu-ray player all have reliable wired connections to my router.I am very happy with this product.