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Does comcast officially support third party MOCA adapters?

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Does comcast officially support third party MOCA adapters?

Does Comcast officially support third party MOCA adapters, or plan to have their own wired "network extender" solution via MOCA in the not too distant future?

My gigabit tier internet service uses an XB6 (Arris) + Wifi Pods.  I also have the X1 TV console.   

The XB6 is in my office with a wired connection to my desktop, and wireless to the rest of the house via the Pods.

In the living room I have the X1 connected to the TV, along with an XBOX, PS4 and Apple TV. I would love to have gig speeds to the my TV devices (especially the xbox) without having to put Cat6 through my house.

Thanks

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Re: Does comcast officially support third party MOCA adapters?

No, not at all. And I highly doubt it for the future, it’s all in the pods.

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Re: Does comcast officially support third party MOCA adapters?

For low speed devices, the Pods are useful, but not in my scenario.

Diamond Problem Solver

Re: Does comcast officially support third party MOCA adapters?

Sorry, you’re pretty much on your own with moca adapters, I’m sure there’s lots of contributors here that would point you in the right direction for their use.

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