Everything here is my opinion. I do not speak for your employer.
Daniel tested our MoCA 2.0 support, and actually got ~390 Mbit/sec TCP out of the theoretical MoCA 2.0 maximum of 400 Mbit/sec. That's amazing. That never happens.
What this means is that it could also be plausible, in the not too distant future, to use dual-channel bonded MoCA (using two bands at once) and get the actual rated 800 Mbit/sec. Yowza.
Clearly the MoCA alliance needs to hire some of the marketers from the wifi alliance, who manage to say 450 Mbit/sec when they mean 300 Mbit/sec, and they get away with it. Plus their ratings are done using wires instead of antennas. I'm not even kidding.
Try Tailscale: mesh networking, centralized administration, WireGuard.
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