I am not using an Elite but Netgear MoCa units. I do have tuning adapters. I have MoCa going very successfully with (2) Premier units and the Tuning adapters. I'm not using any 2Ghz splitters. I read the same stuff about needing the 2Ghz splitters, but in my case, I didn't need them inside the house or outside. My Netgear MoCA is set to "auto" for the frequencies (that's the default) and I suppose they are finding room for the MoCa signal below 1ghz. The Netgear stuff works beautifully. Nothing to set up. Literally, plug-and-play.Does the Cisco Tuning Adapter filter out MoCA? I've read that MoCA uses 1.5 Ghz band and that you must use 2 Ghz splitters inside your home AND at the outside drop where the coax comes in from the cable company. I'm supposing you have to split the signal to feed the tuning adapter and the Elite and you can't use the Tuning Adapter's pass-through.
Anyone with some experience with this?