Should I Enable MoCA on My Router?
If you have a router that has built-in MoCA, you can utilize it to make your Wi-Fi better. MoCA stands for Multimedia over Coaxial Alliance or is sometimes called Ethernet over Coax. It is a technology that is designed to support and boost your Wi-Fi, especially in areas of your home that suffer to get a good Wi-Fi signal. It gives you the same solid Internet connection you would get with a wired setup without the headache of drilling holes or running wires.
If you are trying to decide whether or not you should enable MoCA on your router, or trying to better understand what that means, consider the following:
Why You Should Use MoCA on Your Router
You don’t have to use MoCA on your router. However, if you already have it built in, then you are hallway there. There are many reasons why you should enable MoCA on your router:
MoCA makes your Internet connection reliable every time.
MoCA creates a super-fast Internet connection every time you connect.
Video streaming is better because MoCA makes your Internet faster.
Online gaming is better because MoCA reduces latency and lag.
MoCA is easy to set up.
MoCA is secure.
How to Enable & Set Up MoCA
With a router that has MoCA technology, set up is easy. All you have to do is connect your one MoCA adapter to a coax jack and to your device via Ethernet cable. Then, make sure it pairs with your MoCA-enabled router.
Since your router has the MoCA technology built-in, your router replaces the need for a second MoCA adapter in the connection.
Once the adapter is connected and your router is paired, you are set up.
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