Yes, but the network will run at the slowest MoCA speed.
Articles in this section
- How to restore to factory defaults?
- Can it be used on a mixed MoCA network?
- How can I test the MoCA adapters for functionality?
- How do i enable MoCA Privacy on the ECB6250?
- How to change configuration settings on the adapter?
- Is MoCa 2.5 backwards compatible to MoCa 2.0, 1.1 or 1.0?
- Is the ECB6250 MoCA adapter compatible with Direct-tv or Dish network?
- What are the specifications of the power adapter for the ECB6250?
- What are the splitter requirements?
- What do the LED colors indicate?
We have a ECB6200 and a ECB6200Q adapters (both in the old Actiontec name) in our existing network (along with a xfinity moca-enabled TV/STB), which worked fine. We just bought a ScreenBean ECB6250, figured that it's backward compatible. But when we add it to the network, the ECB6200Q doesn't work (the light that indicates network is working doesn't light up). When we unplug the ECB6250, the ECB6200Q works again. Is the ScreenBean ECB6250 not compatible with the ECB6200Q?
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