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Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by dave13077, Mar 3, 2013.
Depends on the climate and what you're building on.
I just had a POE installed by the cable company after reading this thread and another. Glad I called them cause they upgraded my modem to a docsis 3
I had one Mcard installed for $3.95 which gives me Free HD channels of about 92% of my current package and gives me around 14 new Digital /HD channels including secondary Broadcast channels. If the Mcard has no issues
I will add more to other boxes, after I upgrade my Hard drive in my TiVo with the card Paired and need it re-paired the tech said I should be able to swab card from one device without the need to pair it
The Card install took 5 min total to pair without issue.
thanks for suggesting I place Poe in the Comcast box on the outside of my house instead of under house. Much easier. Bonus if as you say performance is also better this way. Comcast box opened up no prob. In box the single cable couples with another single cable and leaves box again as a single cable. Coupler inside box wouldn't turn from turning. Does coupler in box need to be unscrewed to remove or do I just get a wrench to turn harder?
It was probably tightened with a wrench, so you'll probably need a wrench to loosen it.
Yeah, sometimes you need two slipjaws pliers.
I do not have a MoCA filter installed yet, but am thinking of ordering one. I did turn on the MoCA encryption when I set up my TiVo 4-tuner and TiVo Mini. Is that just as sufficient or completely different than what a MoCA filter would do at my PoE to my house?
Does the encryption slow down the data throughput?
How do I test for the speed on the TiVo? The only devices I have connected via MoCA are the 4-tuner TiVo (which is also ethernet) and the TiVo Mini. Everything else in my house is ethernet or wireless-N.
Thx. I saw POE and instantly thought of Power Over Ethernet and wondered if you could send power over coax using a filter.
I am confused about where to place the POE filter based upon conflicting information about potential interference with a cable modem. Should the POE filter go at the 2-way splitter or the 4-way splitter? Here is a diagram if my cable setup.
---------Cable Modem (non moca)
Room 1 (moca)
Room 2 (moca)
In your case I would put it on the output side of the 2-way splitter that goes toward the rooms. That way you block the MoCa signal from getting to your cable modem and the outside world all in one shot.
Where's the best place to buy one of these? Through TiVo, with shipping, it's like $18.
I bought one off eBay for $5 shipped.
I ordered this one, is this alright?
MoCA POE Extreme FILTER
Thanks. I just went ahead and ordered this one. Hopefully does what it's supposed to do.
John, it really doesn't matter. MoCA is fine with a cable modem, but keeping the signal captive to a small area is probably the best for the MoCA's sake.
I got my MoCA filter. Here's a diagram of my wiring in the house (the coax and ethernet). Am I supposed to connect this outside in-line at the junction highlighted in yellow? Thanks!
You could put the POE filter in the yellow part of your diagram, but it would just as good to put the filter on the input of the first splitter, I would change splitters to the 2Ghz type as they are not much money and do a better job with Moca.
Or this one works well also http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004JKT3VY/ref=oh_details_o06_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Thanks. My splitter is in the wall and the extra length of the PoE filter made it tough to put there. I wound up installing it outside. Any way to check that it's doing what it should? I don't notice any speedtest drop or TV picture quality issues, so I'm assuming it's connected well.
Looks good to me, the only way I know to test the filter is to put it on the cable input of a TP-4 or Mini and see that the Moca connection can't be made, that is the way I tested my filter before mounting on my cable input.