Moca and ethernet in unusual setup
I have a somewhat unusual FiOS setup.
I have my TV and Phone on one ONT (residential) (there is "internet present here for the FiOS STB" but not usable for anything else).
My internet is on a separate ONT (small business) which provides the normal internet for my house.
So, a Tivo Elite would be connected to Moca (through the FiOS coax connection) but I would also want it connected to ethernet for use with Tivo Transfer to my computers, etc.
If it bridges those two networks it would be a bad thing as both have their own DHCP servers. Or, will the Tivo multihome and have unique IP addresses on both networks.
So, is there a away to disable the Moca and have it just use the Ethernet even when Moca is present on the coax input?
I may get a second Elite and Tivo to Tivo streaming would also happen over ethernet, not Moca.
Hoping too many network interfaces isn't actually a bad thing.