Advertisements We just moved house and I'm hoping to reduce the complexity of my wiring rats' nest by going Wi-Fi only. I have two TiVos: Roamio Pro Premiere XL4 (aka Premiere Elite) They are both packed, so I can't experiment and would like to get them running as soon as we are moved in and have Comcast service. Speaking of which, I use my own modem (so no MoCA support via Comcast). At the old place I used Actiontec MoCA adapters - one connected to each TiVo. The only other purpose they were used for is to provide wired backhaul for my Google Wi-Fi mesh network - all my other devices are wireless. In the new place I (will) have a 2-unit Eero mesh network with cat 6 wire between the two, so I won't need the Google Wi-Fi, and since the only reason I want internet on the TiVos is for guide updates, I really don't need anything faster than Wi-Fi to the TiVos. So ... I'm looking for the least messy way of getting these two TiVos to talk to the internet. The builder, in their infinite wisdom, decided that they were going "high tech" with the Eero system, a Ring doorbell, and a 'smart' doorlock, and then proceeded to use the cat 5e wiring they put in every room to wire up phone jacks (seriously???). So while I could possibly mess around with the wiring and get ethernet to each room, that's not a short-term solution. If I use the Roamio Pro to create a MoCA network, I believe the Premiere XL4 supports MoCA, but I would still need to run ethernet to the Roamio Pro. I'd rather not. If I configure the Roamio Pro for wireless (I believe that's possible), I need to get wireless to the Premiere XL4 - what's the best way to accomplish this? Am I limited to the official TiVo Wireless N or Wireless G adaptors, which seem to be like hen's teeth? Thanks for any suggestions. I am so tired of rats' nests Mike Edit: PS - now that I have thought about this some more, can I configure the Roamio Pro to connect via Wi-Fi and create a MoCa network, and then configure the Premiere XL4 as a MoCA client? Could it really be that simple?