Hi, I came here a couple years ago with a similar MoCA questio
n getting good advice. So, I thought I'd return. Basically I switched out my airport extreme (wireless-n) with an airport time capsule keeping all cabling/settings the same on the fios router and airport and my TiVo's have disappeared from the wifi network. (i.e. The TiVo devices don't show up on TiVo transfer and my iOS apps won't recognize my TiVos on the home network so I can only do out of home streaming/downloading)
I've googled and searched these forums, I've turned off IGMP on my actiontec router but nothing seems to be making these TiVos show up. Here's my setup:
TiVo Premiere Elite - Moca connection to fios router
TiVo Premiere - Moca connection through an adapter to fios router
TiVo Mini - Moca Connection to fios router
TiVo Stream - Ethernet connection to the Airport Time Capsule
Verizon FIOS MI424WR Router for internet (wifi turned off, IGMP disabled). either net cable connects router to airport.
Airport Time Capsule (latest version 3TB) - DHCP and NAT mode (iPads, iPhones, PS4, PS3, laptop, harmony hubs all connected through wifi, iMac with TiVo transfer hooked up through ethernet cable to the Airport)
To reiterate, the cable connections to the Airport Extreme were exactly the same as what I've done with the Time Capsule now.
Not sure if this was the right forum to post this in, but the TiVo Stream issue of the devices not being recognized on the network is my main issue, but I assume whatever that issue is will resolve the TiVo Transfer issue as well. I've tried resetting the TiVos, forcing connections to the TiVo service to refresh. Nothing has worked yet. Hopefully, I'm overlooking something simple.
Any help would be appreciated!