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I just installed the Contour Wireless box on my patio. Everything works (the guide, OnDemand, apps) on it except for regular TV channels.
Further when a TV channel is selected, or when an OnDemand option is exited, the device will crash with an error message. I expect that this is happening when it tries to got the TV channel that is active.
I read elsewhere about some MoCA setting that needs to be enabled. But I cannot find this setting on my modem/router, utilizing the CoxWiFi app.
Any idea where to enable this setting?
Look under Connection > MoCA.
Well thanks...its looks like its already enabled. So gotta be something else going on.
I'm unsure how Panoramic and MoCA work. I understand MoCA can distribute IP throughout the house via existing coaxial cable. If coax terminates at a wall-plate in a room, doesn't something need to be connected to termination point to wirelessly transmit to a TV?
Do you need a MoCA splitter between the gateway and the wireless cable box?
Hmm...I wouldn't think so unless your house doesn't have coax distributed to all rooms. As noted on this splitter, doesn't MoCA transmit above 1 GHz? I thought you'd need a filter to separate the IP from the rest of the "bundled" data. This filter would be part of whatever wireless transmitter connected to a termination point (wall-plate).
Bruce said:Again...I'm unsure.
Yea, I am unsure too. You would think if a MoCA splitter was needed there would be more people with problems. I am just trying to think what could stop MoCA from working. Never mind needing a MoCA filter to stop ingress.
I would assume whatever separates the sub- and hyper-1 GHz signals would be within the Pano or...dare I say..."pod-like" wireless device.
MoCA may be enabled and working, but how would the data get from the coax to Wireless 4K Contour (ugh...you know the rest)...box?
CMTS > Pano > in-house coax > remote wall-plate > ? > Wireless 4K box > TV.