MoCA on Xfinity
I know it’s possibly, possible. But I have no clue what I’ll need or how to do it.
my home is coaxial wired. I have a new “10g” (white tower) modem from Xfinity (800mbps /unlimited GB plan) in a bedroom connected to coaxial cable.
I'm unable to run an Ethernet from the modem to my PlayStation. However, I have a coaxial outlet in the living room (which is not in use, but draws internet) I asked a Xfinity rep if it was active and if it was MoCA compatible and they said yes.
I read a post of someone wanting to do the same thing. @EG helped them. I’m not tech savvy. Is this possible and what would I need to buy?
my thought process is a splitter(?) or “converter” and wire it to my coaxial cable and it would have a port for an Ethernet cable. I’d then just run an Ethernet from that to be able to plug it and essential “hardwire” my PlayStation.
7 days ago
Google is your friend ! 😉
6 days ago
@Patrol63 thank you for posting in our great Xfinity Forums community. We have a great group here to help!
I'm excited to hear that you got an amazing package and awesome xFi gateway. I understand that connecting to ethernet is the optimal way to set up a gaming system, yet it can be a pain or even impossible to get connected to the gateway for many reasons. Don't worry though we are here to help find a solution with you.
You said the gateway is in a bedroom, but you have a coax outlet in the living you could use to hardwire your connection too. Have you attempted to move the xFi gateway to that room, so you can connect to it via ethernet?
5 days ago
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