Advertisements I need help with figuring out what I need in order to get WiFi working in my basement using MoCa. Also, our NW has evolved over time and may not be ideally/properly configured. In our cable box outside, there is a splitter with 3 coax cables going into the house. -One cable goes to the basement, where there is a TiVo mini. -One cable goes to the main floor, where there is a TiVo mini. -The 3rd cable goes into the attic, where it plugs into a powered splitter. From the powered splitter there are 4 bedroom cable drops to the upstairs floor. One upstairs bedroom has a TiVo Bolt+. Two other bedrooms have cable drops, but nothing is connected to them. The last upstairs bedroom is an office. In the office, there is another splitter. One port goes into a TiVo mini, one port goes into a TiVo Actiontec ECB6000 2.0 bridge and one port goes into a Surfboard SB8200 DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem. The cable modem then has an Ethernet connection to the WAN port on a Trendnet AC1750 TEW812DRU v2 dual band wireless router. The TiVo devices are configured for MoCa and are all connected via coax. None of the splitters are MoCa compatible, to my knowledge. I just learned there was such a thing. Should any of them be MoCa compatible? Also, I can provide info on the splitters if that helps. There is no POE filter in the environment. Last week we changed the outside splitter from a 2-way split into a 3-way split and added the basement coax connection with the mini down there. Since doing that, the basement mini and the main floor mini have each lost connection to the Bolt+ one time. A reboot of the minis fixed the issue. Since it only happened once, I don't yet know if that was a fluke or an issue. My issue is that we can't see the 5G nw in the basement and the 2.4G shows up, but has poor performance. What is the best way to use the MoCa to get better WiFi in the basement? We don't need any wired connections in the basement, but do have the one mini. Would it be another MoCa adapter (1.1 or 2.0?) and wireless access point? Any particular models? I work full time from the home office. There are wired devices upstairs in the office, so I don't see relocating the router to the main floor and I'm not sure that would help with basement access anyway. My #1 goal is to figure out how to get WiFi in the basement. I'm also open to ideas for reworking the overall home configuration to make sure it is setup properly (short of suggestions like wiring the home for Ethernet), if you have any suggestions. Thanks!