YES, if your home has coaxial cable near your router and near an Ethernet-capable device that you want to connect to the router.*
MoCA uses your home’s coaxial cable network to provide a high-speed Ethernet connection between your router and an HDTV, computer, game station, wireless extender, or other device that’s remote from your router.
* Your MoCA Adapter works with coax networks for cable TV, cable Internet, and FiOS or another fiber optic network. It does NOT work with DirectTV®, Dish®, and other satellite networks, or with AT&T® Internet or AT&T U-Verse®.
This bonded 2.0 MoCA Adapter is a great choice if you want to use your home's coaxial cable wiring to provide a high-speed reliable Ethernet connection between your router and a remote device. Use the MM1000 to connect your router to an HDTV, computer, game station, wireless extender, or other device with an Ethernet port. The MM1000 offers dependable speeds up to 1,000 Mbps, typically much faster and more reliable than WiFi, and uses the same coax cable as your TV and/or Internet.