First, I will apologize if this is too lengthy - I think the "details" could be significant towards a resolution. I have a TiVo Bolt and a Tivo Mini both of which have worked fine for a little over a year while connected using MOCA. Recently I moved, hooking everything up exactly the same (?) and can not get it to work - here are the "setup details": What is the same: TiVo Bolt 500MB about one year old, connected to coax, also using an Ethernet bridge for communication to the TiVo mini - worked fine Tivo Mini (the current model) about one year old, connected to coax Router is an ASUS AC1500 type router (same) I am NOT using a Point of Entry filter - but I never used one before, so I don't think (?) that is the cause of the problem now? What is different: Old cable service was through WOW - cable connected directly to Bolt, cable card installed and paired. New location cable service is Spectrum - requires tuning adapter (THIS unit is fully working now as connected) NOTE: I have a split of the incoming coax with one leg going to the Bolt and the other leg going to the tuning adapter - by itself, this unit seems working fine Old location was a house, I could "see" all wiring and connections - new location is an apartment, I don't have access to the "closet" where all of the connections are The current cable modem is a DOCSIS 3.1 UBee E31U2V1 and my service is supposed to be 100MB - my previous cable modem (still have available) was an SB6183 also with 100MB service What is wrong: Before splitting off the tuning adapter, MOCA was unable to "see" the other unit at all. Once I realized the need to split off the tuning adapter, now MOCA connects quickly and the Bolt and the mini "see" each other, but at the point where an attempt is made to communicate from the mini to the network via the Bolt, it locks up my internet (kills the internet completely for my home network - the cable modem changes to blinking instead of locked on and I lost both internet and phone on all devices). If I physically remove the Bolt from the cable, the internet comes back immediately. Other information: Where the cable comes in the apartment, I am using a Spectrum provided splitter and on the label it says 5 MHz to 1005 MHz ... (both at the point of entry, and also the second splitter where the tuning adapter and TiVo are). One leg of the split goes to my cable modem, the other leg goes to the Bolt and tuning adapter splitter. I have been reading about splitters that support 1650 MHz up to 2.4 GHz, and intend to try that, but have not yet been able to test. I do not have the ability to make a physical Ethernet connection between the two devices and my router, so MOCA seems to be my option. I'm stumped! I like challenges like this, and I consider myself a pretty good troubleshooting person - but in this case, I'm not quite sure what to try next (other than the 1650 MHz splitter) Any helpful suggestion would be appreciated!