Advertisements Hi all! Long time lurker, first post Finally made the switch and bought a lifetime Bolt with Mini Vox to use instead of giving our cable company one more cent than I have to. Came from a T6 and mini with their Arris Moca modem all via Moca setup. Question is with the modem I'm planning to switch to. I have a new Arris SBG10 that I was planning to use when I remembered it isn't a Moca modem. After reading a few posts here (thanks TCF) I bought the Motorola MM1000, and was planning on swapping to the non moca SGB10, keeping both Tivos on moca as is, and adding the adapter. I have only the 2 tivos and wifi devices (2 tv's, 2 phones, etc) - nothing else needs to be connected any other way. I went to Arris chat (ugh) just to confirm this was possible and the guy said that i need to switch the modem to bridge mode - is this correct? Sent me to a help page where it says doing that will disable wifi functionality and will need to then add a router to get wifi back.. "The SBG10 operates as Wi-Fi cable modem and provides Internet access to devices (up to 253 devices) in the home network. Setting the SBG10 in Bridge mode disables the router and wireless functions and will operate as a cable modem. A device directly connected to the SBG10 with an Ethernet cable will receive the Public IP address from the Cable Provider for Internet access. Installation of a Wi-Fi router will be required to provide Internet access to multiple devices in the home network." Is this correct? From the other moca setup threads it seemed like people were using modem/wifi combos just fine; otherwise it maybe just be worth it to scrap the idea and buy a moca modem/router to have 1 device instead of 3. (The models my CC gave me as compatible moca combo units for 400 speed were $300-$400 - no thanks) I can't return the SBG10 anymore so really want to try and use it - hopefully this is not necessary and i can just use that and the adapter. Thanks all!