Advertisements Hey, everyone. Long-time TiVo user here. I've got a 3-Premiere setup, it's all Moca-enabled, and everything works great. One TiVo has a connection to the Ethernet home backbone. The other 2 are also in ethernet bridging mode, but they only have client devices like Blu-Ray players and gaming systems connected, so no loops. As I say, everything works great and has been great for years now. I'd like to extend the household network up a floor. There is no ethernet upstairs, but there is shared coax with the downstairs. Perfect for Moca, right? At least that's what I thought. I bought one of the white, TiVo-branded Moca bridges (ECB6000TIVO) and connected it to a live coax outlet upstairs. The second LED on the unit lights quickly, and I do see the bridge's MAC address listed in the list of known Moca nodes on the Premieres. So, it looks like everything is connected correctly. HOWEVER (you knew it was coming), it looks like the new bridge doesn't pass any IP traffic. I've connected a laptop to the bridge's ethernet. I get link on the port. I never get a DHCP IP address. (I get it when connected to ethernet on the lower floor.) If I manually assign an IP address to the laptop ethernet, I can't ping anything on the lower floor, but I do see the ethernet port LEDs on the bridge flash, indicating activity. What have I missed, and what can I try? The "manual" for this thing is useless. Thanks in advance.