I need your help. I'm most likely going to be moving soon. I'll need to setup a home network. Ethernet isn't an option and wireless isn't as strong as I'd like it to be at the location in question. So I'm thinking on setting up a MoCA home network. I've never set one up before so I need some guidance as to what exactly I'll need. Here is the basic run down of devices and locations. The TV, PS4 are in the main living area downstairs with the router/cable modem downstairs. Upstairs in each bedroom are a computer and at least a smart tv and/or smart blu ray player. I need to be able to have all of these get a strong or decent/stable internet connection. Like I mentioned, wireless doesn't reach very well throughout the entire house.
I thought maybe the main MoCA piece downstairs where the cable modem is and obviously a MoCA adapter has to be in each room in question. Now, here is where I'm still confused, if there are multiple devices needing a connection in each room upstairs, what is the best route to connect multiple devices in a room to the MoCA adapter?
I appreciate any input and/or corrections on this. =)