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As for the MoCA side of things, the following could get you working, even if not optimal (noting the 6-way splitter is a CommScope SV-V6G, a splitter not optimized for MoCA):Ok, updated my drawing to include Cable box.
There are 6 feeds going into house but I only know of 5 coax wall connections - I will have to figure that out
- As previously suggested, label and disconnect the DISH dish lines;
- Get all the coax lines running into the house (*aside from the cable modem’s feed*) directly connected to the outputs of the 6-way splitter;
- Install a 75-ohm terminator on any unused/open output of the 6-way splitter (may be 1?);
- Install a “PoE” MoCA filter directly on the input of the 6-way splitter, with a 75-ohm terminator capping the filter’s otherwise open port.
You could try it without the MoCA filter installed on the 6-way short-term, but the filter and upgrading the 6-way to a known-good MoCA 2.x-compatible model is recommended (and should be viewed as required for a whole home MoCA 2.5 network using 5 bonded channels, so the whole of the MoCA Extended D Band, 1125-1675 MHz).).