I'm hoping someone with more networking knowledge than myself can help me out. Long story short, I wanted to get rid of Mediacom's monthly modem bill, so I bought my own modem/router all in one around a year ago. I had to do some research at the time as I had to make sure it had MoCA technolgoy (I still not have a ton of familiarity with exactly how all of this works). I just know i needed it to make sure the multiroom DVR and some of the other features would work on our TIVO boxes. Anyway, I got a steal on a new router (Linksys EA8300) this week. My thinking was I could just bridge my gateway to turn off the wireless function and use it just as a modem and use this new router to give me better speed/range, and I like that it had USB for me to plug in portable hdd for my network. However, I'm now thinking I will lose the MoCA ability that comes with my modem? Is there any go around with this? Or would I have to buy a new MoCA adapter to make this all work with the new router? Sorry, hope i'm using all the correct terminology here Thanks in advance for any help! Current modem/router all in one is surfboard Sbg6782-ac. The new router sitting in the box still is linksys ea8300, I'm not exactly sure on the cable boxes I have (not home can get models later today),but I have what I would consider one main tivo box and then 2 more minis.