Originally Posted by dbpaddler
Well now I'm just annoyed. Replaced the splitter. Wifi has improved so my wireless ethernet adapters work on the mini for the most part. Unrelated or not, I won't complain. It didn't do a thing to fix moca on the Cisco or the separate moca adapter. Frustrated me and frustrated customer. Think my next step is to take the box to Comcast for a swap. That will be a pain since I'm not the customer even though I have all their info down to the last four of the Ss#. And I also found out Comcast never took the XFINITY boxes off their account too. That will be another battle because the tech didn't give me a receipt when he picked them up. I'm fighting my own battle for boxes I didn't have for over a year.
I don't have comcast but... my system is set like this:
coax: poe at main terminal in>5 way splitter > (room over garage) 3 way splitter - 1 to moca adapter & 1 to Tivo pro (not using as moca host couldn't get it to work with moca adapter need in LR), Moca adapter out > modem
Ethernet: modem>router> ethernet splitter> moca adapter You can simply take the splitter out of this route
The other adapter is in the living room with a coax in and ethernet out goes to a splitter.I have both a ethernet and coax going to the Mini. This is the only way I could make it work in my system And I tried Everything.
Your tivo in the laundry room should have coax and ethernet from the router connected since that model doesn't have a built in adapter.
If nothing works for you, including resetting your modem and turning off moca on it, then I think replacing the modem is the best thing you could do. Perhaps it is stuck with moca on which may be defective due to the update?