Any concerns with MoCA (Ethernet to Coax) uplink connection between RT2600ac and MR2200ac?

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Any concerns with MoCA (Ethernet to Coax) uplink connection between RT2600ac and MR2200ac?

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I'm considering wired uplink connections between an RT2600ac and two MR2200ac. There are several unused coax lines for cable TV in our house. Installation of new Ethernet wiring to these locations would be difficult. So I've just started looking at MoCA Network Adapters such as the Actiontec ECB6250S02 and similar.

Is this a viable option for increasing uplink bandwidth vs. the existing WiFi uplink?

Can anyone recommend a specific MoCA adapter (hopefully less expensive) that is known to work well?

Thanks, Ron
 

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