Advertisements I have a MOCA network set up in my house. I went to set up a Tivo Roamio+TV in the master bedroom (MBR), the coax there does just fine for CATV, but I can't get a MOCA connection up there. All the coax in the house terminates at one terminal block in the basement (8 way powered splitter that Cablevision just installed new). I get MOCA at all other rooms with COAX except the master bedroom. Without cutting open a bunch of walls, I have no idea what's between the COAX terminal in the MBR and the 8-way splitter in the basement. I tested each port of the splitter for MOCA and they're all fine. So it's something between the splitter and the MBR wall outlet causing the problem. I suspect there could be a splitter hidden somewhere, but no idea where. I've tried several MOCA->Ethernet bridges (repurposed FIOS routers, Tivo Bolt in bridge mode, Actiontec WCB3000N) and I can't get a MOCA connection working in the MBR, but the Tivo receives CATV just fine. Any suggestions on how to diagnose?