Poe over coax

TonyR

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That's a negative for me. But from what I read, as long as the coax is "dry" and has NOTHING else on it, it can provide an Ethernet-like network connection over the coax, using one at each end, of course.
 

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That's a negative for me. But from what I read, as long as the coax is "dry" and has NOTHING else on it, it can provide an Ethernet-like network connection over the coax, using one at each end, of course.
Yea.. most people have coax run or laying around from old satellite runs. I might test it out.. Adapters are only 15 bucks
 

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IIRC, DECA is like MoCa, just uses different frequencies. In terms of IP cams, I think I’ve seen MoCa mentioned in a few posts.

My TiVo DVR setup at home uses MoCa and it’s been perfect... DVR (TiVo Bolt) is in the living doom, then there are six TiVo minis in other rooms around the house that use MoCa (across the coax cable TV runs to each room) to make an IP connection to the Bolt. Works just like Ethernet even with Fios TV signal also running across the same coax setup. Speeds are mid-200 Mbps, but I think TiVo’s the bottleneck there, not MoCa.
 

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