Advertisements Hi all. My family just switched to Mediacom high speed cable internet. We purchased our own cable modem and wireless router, but upon installation were told that we could not use our equipment and instead had to use Mediacom's technicolor TC8717. I think overall it's a nice device, certainly better than any of the residential gateways AT&T allowed its customers, though wireless coverage is rather poor. So after speaking with a tech who was over for unrelated reasons, we were told that we *can* use our own wireless equipment, provided we still use the TC8717 for phone access, and purchase a MoCA adapter to run along with our own cable modem and wireless router. So that's what we did. Now my issue is that I'm having trouble finding any sort of documentation online about this particular MoCA adapter. And Mediacom only sent standard documentation about setting up your equipment, which doesn't include anything related to a MoCA adapter. Here is what we are working with: technicolor TC8717 cable modem ASUS RT-AC66U wireless router Netgear CM600 cable modem hitron HT-EM2 MoCA 2.0 adapter What should I expect for installation? A tech is supposed to come out and do this themselves, but I have my doubts given the subcontractor who set up service in the first place didn't even finish authorizing our account. We had someone else's internet and cable service for several days before an actual Mediacom service tech could come out and clean up the mess the subcontractor made! Really odd experience, and it honestly makes me a little weary about another subcontractor coming out and messing install up for this MoCA adapter. Should this be relatively plug and play? Do I need to set up the ASUS wireless network/settings beforehand for any reason? I'm a bit confused about how the MoCA adapter works with the equipment that we have. It looks like you plug the coax coming out of the wall into the MoCA adapter, plug another coax between the adapter and the cable modem, and then finally plug the adapter into your wireless router via Ethernet. Is that correct? Thanks for any and all help.