We’ve all experience poor streaming at some point in our lives. YouTube videos won’t load. Your favorite show cuts out just as the good part comes on. Working from home becomes a nightmare when all of your video calls freeze. Forget about making it through that buffering webinar.
You get it.
Mostly, this happens because our world has become increasingly more wireless. So, do we dare mention…wires? Yes. Because wired Internet is the only reliable Internet connection. And getting an Ethernet-like connection doesn’t have to be quite like you might be imaging.
Creating a Wired Ethernet over Coax Network
All of your streaming issues subside when you wire up. And you can do this yourself. You can use the existing coaxial cable from your cable TV services plus MoCA adapters to create an Ethernet over coax network.
When you use MoCA, you get the best of both worlds with wired Internet and WiFi. All of your stationary streaming devices (TV, Roku, laptop, PC, gaming console, etc.) can be wired to always provide a solid streaming experience, while your mobile devices connect to a less-congested (faster) WiFi network. Win-win!
All you have to do to set up an Ethernet over Coax (MoCA) network is this:
- Identify that your home is ready for an Ethernet over coax network.
- Get two MoCA adapters.
- Set up your MoCA adapters in minutes with a few steps.
- Enjoy better streaming!
That’s all you have to do to create your Ethernet over coax network. Ethernet over coax is fast. That’s why you can experience the best online gaming, 4K HD video, and video conference calls and other streaming experiences that you’ve ever had.
Start creating your Ethernet over coax (MoCA) network today with Hitron’s HT-EM4 MoCA 2.5 adapters available today on Amazon. For more about MoCA and tips on enhancing your WiFi connection, check out our Learn Page and blog.