The hardware version is marked on the bottom of the device next to the serial number, and is marked "H/W." 6. What is the maximum distance in between devices. https://actiontecsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000635023-Is-there-a-Firmware-Update-for-my-Actiontec-device-. Verizon Fios Community Terms of Service and User Guidelines. www. Verizon has since dropped RF levels oit of the ONT so you don’t need it anymore. So as long as the Actiontec adapter is set up properly, it becomes the source of the MoCA, taking over for the G1100. With the setup you described, my router is a Google Nest, so it only has one WAN port and one LAN port. What is the best way to configure the 6200's in this scenario? One to the 7100 and the other to the ECB6200. Wire as per the modifications I made to your diagram. The modem is a Spectrum E31U2V1. If you use the extended D-band, your MOCA is completely above the frequency of the TV/STB out. Due to the different number of hardware versions released for this product 2A, 2B, and 2C please contact us here and be sure when asking for the latest firmware upgrade to include your hardware version in the description of your problem field. LawrenceC. I would say for now try using just the one ECB6200 in the upstairs room in question. The hardware version is marked on the bottom of the device next to the serial number, and is marked "H/W.". The RF coming from the ONT early on was very high which is why that was placed. I am wondering if there is a compatibility issue with the equipment I am using and the Actiontec device. I’m not too familiar with that adapter but I remember from a previous post that they said when using the “TV/STB Out” port their TV lost guide data. Follow up to my initial post. I also tried using a MoCA splitter to deliver coax signal to both the modem and the 6200, but that brought our gig internet speed down to 5 or 6 Mbps. In order to keep discussion on the community current, this topic has been locked to prevent new replies. If you are using the ActionTec ECB6200 MoCA adapter, make sure the MoCA frequency (RF Channel) is set to 1150 MHz also known as Channel D1 (it’s the default on ActionTec MoCA adapters). I tried connecting it as instructed:  coax > 6200 > ethernet to cable modem. - last edited on Since the Actiontec adapter is bonded 2.0, everything can communicate with it at gigabit speeds, if the other extenders are bonded 2.0 as well. Then plug in the ethernet and see if you can get out to the internet. I recently purchased my own pair of Actiontec ECB6200 MoCA 2.0 adapters with the intent of upgrading my wired coax network from HPNA-->MoCA 2.0 in two specific locations living room/master bedroom. Mine shows 2.11.1.50.6200.7, which support said was the latest. Thanks! Again, I'm stumped and any ideas would be greatly apprecaited. ‎11-25-2018 I checked with ActionTec and they said the latest version of the firmware (as of March 22, 2020) depends on the hardware revision. There should be no issues connecting a gig switch but you may need to properly configure the switch if it is a managed device. Here's hoping! Also that POE filter on the splitter can come off. All is well. According to ActionTec support staff, H/W: 2A shipped with firmware 2.11.1.10 and will need to upgraded. ECB6200 1.0 Gbps x 1.0 Gbps Bonded MoCA 2.0 Ethernet over Coax Adapter; ... Actiontec’s MoCA Network Adapters create a 1 Gbps “Internet Autobahn” between Wi-Fi access points in your home for an instant performance boost. ‎09-06-2019 In short, I cannot get the subject adapter to work even with multiple installation methods. Again, no data connectivity. I left the adapter in the upstairs bedroom installed as per manufacturer instructions and nothing changed. If that works I would avoid the “TV/STB Out” port and use a 2 port splitter instead. I heard if you're getting TV service hooked up as well technicians have been including MoCA adapters depending on the setup. Not sure why they would build an adapter that cannot pass MoCA data to the STB, but sure looks that way. Obsrervation:  both adapters worked fine with a signal coming fron the router LAN port into the COAX network since all STB's were able to obtain LAN addresses and had STB data avaialable. Step 1 Get one MoCA Network Adapter. 2) Moved 2nd MOCA adpater that I was trying to use in bedroom to another room. 5. Privacy | Place 2nd ECB6200 at desired location. Don't want to add another unknown variable during troubleshooting the current problem but if I can get a better signal, fantastic. OK, thank you. I am not really sure where to go from here. 3. According to ActionTec support staff, H/W: 2A shipped with firmware 2.11.1.10 and will need to upgraded. I have an HDTV & STB in an upstairs bedroom that I would like to provde video and programming info via COAX to the STB and ethernet to the HDTV for Smart TV functions using the subject device. I know the G1100  ouputs the MOCA WAN at 1000 mhz and the  LAN at at 1150 mhz  so connecting a G1100 to ECB6200 the TV/STB output would never get a MOCA signal. 12:21 PM. You can add up to 16 MoCA adapters to the network as you need them anywhere you have a cable drop. actiontec .com Stock# 0530-0596-001 QS1018/0209 MoCA Network Adapt er Model#ECB2500c This Quick Start Guide will walk you through the easy steps to use your existing coaxial wiring as an Ethernet network connection. If that works I would avoid the “TV/STB Out” port and use a 2 port splitter instead. https://helpdeskgeek.com/networking/upgrade-actiontec-ecb6200-firmware/. Step 2 Fi n dy ou rB ab M m/R t . WIth this installation, I get video (which I assume is via QAM) but I lose an IP address and have no programming guide, nor do I see ehternet on the HDTV. Got it! Coax from wall to MoCA 2 port splitter, 5. Trademark Policy | ‎11-25-2018 Verify coax lights on ECB6200's go solid green 1) Swapped identical STB's between rooms - no change in lack of data connectivity. I checked with ActionTec and they said the latest version of the firmware (as of March 22, 2020) depends on the hardware revision. ECB6200 Coax in port to port 2 of splitter. (This may vary depending on bldg cabling setup), 1. I would recommend the Actiontec ECB6200 Bonded MoCA adapters. 1150 MHz is also the default channel for Verizon FIOS routers and STBs (set top boxes or cable TV boxes) as well. I know this is an old thread but some of us had the same problem. It only has one ethernet port, and I need to use that to connect to our Google Nest Wi-Fi router... which then connects to a 5-port switch. 01:39 PM For H/W 2C, what I bought on Amazon Feb. 2020, they shipped with the latest firmware and don't need to be updated. If you use the full port range, some of the higher range frequencies will still be filtered out. You will need 2 units, one to set-up MoCA at your cable modem and router and one for your remote location. 4. If you look on the ECB6200 user manual it says: Coax In Frequency Range - Extended D-band: 1125MHz ~ 1675MHz;Full Port Range: 5MHz ~ 2150MHzTV/STB Out Frequency Range - 5MHz ~ 1002MHz. Ethernet from modem to router. I do recall that when Fios was initially installed, the tech showed me the before values (large Verizon competitor in Philly area) and the after values of the signal strength and commented on having to attenuate. That connection isn't working. In this article, I’m going to walk you through the process of connecting to the web interface on the Actiontec ECB6200 adapter and updating the firmware. ‎09-06-2019 I then tried installing two of these adapters and removed the COAX connection to the G1100 (see picture above). Is there a Firmware Update for my Actiontec device? You have to request from them through their tech support page. [1] http://support.actiontec.com/email_support/support_form_2.php (see HTML form at bottom of page), See a guide to connecting to your ECB6200 administrator interface here: Thank you … I will try it and report back as soon as I am able. The splitter was the ticket. Privacy | 12:19 PM I will also remove the POE after I get past this problem. The only way this modem will deliver internet is when the coax is connected directly to it. Verify coax lights on ECB6200's go solid green, For any further issues with the ECB6200 units contact our Technical support at 8884360657. 2. Problem is that in this room, I need to connect other devices. We should be able to compare our devices' current version with the most recent version, without opening a support ticket. Still have MOCA adapter feeding the COAX network from LAN ethernet port to serve LAN addresses and provide STB data. Please take a look at our updated article and let us know if you have any further questions. - edited COAX network worked fine and ALL STB's were provided a LAN address and had data connectivity (was able to see guide and STB operating information). I just bought the ECB6200 2-pack. When the coax is directly connected to the STB, there is no problem with the STB obtaining an IP address and displaying the programming guide. This procedure may or may not work on the ECB6000. I was doing quite a bit of searching today and missed that completely. Warranty. At least I know that I can get things working with the current setup. I only have problems when I am trying to take a signal from the COAX network and pass it thru the adapters internal splitter. Looking for advice on where to go from here. If you have any further questions please let us know. If you have a similar question or issue that you wish to discuss, then please feel free to post a new message on the most relevant board. Take the coaxial feed from the 7100 and plug into the “Coax In” port of the ECB6200. In addition, I’ll also provide a download link for the latest firmware that they provided me. Thanks for the advice. Take the coaxial feed from the 7100 and plug into the “Coax In” port of the ECB6200. To determine the hardware version of your device please look at the FCC sticker on the back of the device and look near the bar codes for the letters "H/W:" Please see the image below to know where to look. Now to try the POE filter and maybe see if I'm satisfied with the COAX LAN port speeds at MoCA 2.0 non-bonded. actiontec home networking ECB6250 2.5 Gbps x 1.0 Gbps Bonded MoCA 2.5 Ethernet over Coax Adapter ECB6200 1.0 Gbps x 1.0 Gbps Bonded MoCA 2.0 Ethernet over Coax Adapter Copyright 2018 Actiontec Electronics, Inc. All Rights Reserved. I was moving in the direction of a splitter and have one coming from Amazon shortly. It knocks down your RF signal by 6 db. [1] There was no mention of H/W: 2B. Trademark Policy | 3) Swapped MOCA adpters; that is, the adpater initially feeding the COAX network off the LAN ethernet port was swapeed for the adapter used in the bedroom. Brad, Our current firmware device list can be found at this article. Terms of Use | I installed a single subject adapter since it was my understanding that the G1100 router negated the need for a second Actiontec device in the signal stream. I have never gotten to the point where I could test for an ehternet connection when the adapter is used to feed an STB. Ethernet from router to ECB6200. Then plug in the ethernet and see if you can get out to the internet. Port 1 on splitter to modem. Coax from wall to MoCA 2 port splitter. ECB6200 Coax in port to port 2 of splitter, 7. Still, can you post the most recent firmware version numbers (and release dates) in a table or list here? Warranty, ECB6200 - Bonded MoCA 2.0 Network Adapter, http://support.actiontec.com/email_support/support_form_2.php, https://helpdeskgeek.com/networking/upgrade-actiontec-ecb6200-firmware/, https://actiontecsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000635023-Is-there-a-Firmware-Update-for-my-Actiontec-device-. I would say for now try using just the one ECB6200 in the upstairs room in question. 09:48 AM by That is a 6 db attenuator. 3 people found this solution to be helpful. The reason the TV/STB output isn't passing the moca is because the bonded moca 2.0 signal is above the frequency of the filter on the TV/STB output.