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Help with Ping and Moca Adapters

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Recently I've upgraded to a new router and a 1gb plan and wanted to take advantage of those speeds but was too far from the router so I purchased a moca adapter to use the Coax cables in my house but im only getting 640mbps, 200 upload and 20 ping Im most focused on ping and download speeds is there anything on my end that I could do to make this better.

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2 minutes ago, R3dbullDrinker said:

20 ping

That seems fairly decent to me, given you're going through probably four different devices to even get out of your living space.

 

3 minutes ago, R3dbullDrinker said:

only getting 640mbps, 200 upload

I can't say this for technical fact, only theoretic expectation, but systems dealing with physical data transmission over noisy lines usually have the ability to decrease speed until they can ensure the best quality of service. If you can, check with the MoCA adapters directly connected to each other to rule them out; you might have a bad/damaged co-ax cable somewhere.

 

What model adapters are you using?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, AbydosOne said:

That seems fairly decent to me, given you're going through probably four different devices to even get out of your living space.

 

I can't say this for technical fact, only theoretic expectation, but systems dealing with physical data transmission over noisy lines usually have the ability to decrease speed until they can ensure the best quality of service. If you can, check with the MoCA adapters directly connected to each other to rule them out; you might have a bad/damaged co-ax cable somewhere.

 

What model adapters are you using?

goCoax MoCA Adapter<--- this one

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6 hours ago, R3dbullDrinker said:

and 20 ping Im most focused on ping and download speeds is there anything on my end that I could do to make this better.

Moca has higher latency which is why your probably seeing a higher ping. 20ms isn't bad however, Ive seen worse. 

 

6 hours ago, R3dbullDrinker said:

640mbps, 200 upload

What Moca standard are you using? Im fairly sure that Moca 2.0 tops out at 800 Mbps or so, keep in mind that if you have any interference on the line, it could cause issues. Moca 2.5 should in theory be able to hit Gigabit speeds. 

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