Question posed to me via PM... - - - - - In the office I have my coax jack and the router/switch. In the living room I have a TiVo Bolt and coax jack. I also have an Nvidia Shield TV next to the TiVo Bolt. Right now both devices are set using wireless through a Google OnHub. The only problem I have is the Nvidia Shield TV will switch between the 2.4GHz and 5Ghz depending on what the OnHub and it negotiate. I have movies on a server that need the 5Ghz or they won't play correctly. Would it be possible to add a TiVo bridge in the office. In the living room, set the TiVo Bolt to use the Moca network created by the bridge, then plug the Nvidia Shield TV into the Bolt's Ethernet port to get faster/reliable speeds? Would I need to change anything on the TiVo Bolt, besides the networking setting? I'm referring to the coax coming into the Bolt. Would anything happen on that end, or will all of the physical cabling changes be in the office? I have a Cox tuning adapter in the living room. The coax goes from the wall, to the tuning adapter, which then goes into the TiVo Bolt. Would Moca work with that, or would a splitter somehow be required.