Advertisements So we jumped from Spectrum back to Frontier Fios. All my lines and splitters were basically untouched. All we did essentially was remove the Spectrum "IN" line, and plugged in the FIOS. Everything is up and running, wifi, etc. But of course as always, it's the Tivos and the Minis that always need special attention. I'm guessing the main thing that's causing all the issues is the ip is no longer 192.168.1.1, and it is now 192.168.254.254. Tivo didn't sort itself out when it detected the caoxial. It said Moca is on and "I didn't have to change the IP addresses." But nothing was working becuase the DHCP generated was still using 192.168.1.... So I manually went in and Statically changed it to 192.168.254.101 or something. Submask remained at 255.255.255.0. Router or Gateway IP: I put 192.168.254.254. DNS servers.. this I'm not sure if I did right. I found two addresses in my router admin under the WAN Summary. DNS server 1, DNS server 2. These addresses look nothing like the IP address. I put them in anyways. So Tivo is up and running! But using the same process, I can't get any of the Minis to work. And they are plugged in via moca or ethernet, these minis are not sorting themselves out either, they would detect the moca or the ethernet, but their DHCP is still using 192.168.1." " ip addresses. So I'm statically changing them as well. I make sure the last digits are different than the TIVO I set above. Everything else from 2-4 remains the same. But it keeps saying it can't find the router. It's supposed to find the main tivo, right? So can someone chime in? Maybe my settings for the main tivo above "accidentally" works but it's the wrong way and it's causing issues with the minis or something? Or, maybe I need to input different numbers for items 2-4 for the minis? Please advise, pulling my hair. This is an annual tradition.