Originally Posted by leitzsout
Anybody using MOCA 2.0. I have some noise in my coax system which will be very expensive to remedy. Most Tivo functionality is there; however, I sometimes can't get xfinity on demand through my mini and will occasionally lose connection to my Roamio or Roamio pro. I also have some some occasional internet stuttering and some calls don't ring through. Wondering if anyone else struggles with less than optimal coax cabling and have tried MOCA 2.0.
Not exactly sure how you are defining "noise" but if it is some type of induced interference, I would check and if there are any open coax ports anywhere on your setup, you should pick up some 75 Ohm F-type connectors and put one on any open ports, they are readily available online or at Home Depot, about $4 for 10.
Also examine your coax connectors, if they are the newer compression type, take them off and look at the center conductor. If it is bright and shiny just securely tighten it back, if it is dull or discolored, try spinning a pencil eraser and drill it down until it is shiny again and re-tighten. If you have the old fashion "crimp on" or worse the kind that just spin on, seriously consider picking up a cheap compression tool package that includes a compression tool, a bunch of compression fittings, and a coax trimming tool. They used to sell on Ebay for under $20 and redo your coax fittings. One other thing to consider is to check your splitters, any old corroded looking ones it would probably be a good idea to invest in new ones, I recommend specific MoCA rated ones (5-1675MGz) since you have been having issues, these can be found on Amazon or Ebay. If you have an otherwise good coax pattern with most runs coming from a central location, this would be the best place to start with a new splitter since all your MoCA signals would likely be going through that one. Also, check to make sure that you have a MoCA POE or Whole Home DVR filter installed on the input of the first splitter to enter your home. The filters ensure your security and you get a reflective effect which will boost your MoCA signals a bit.