Advertisements I have 2 seemingly distinct issues that are tied to me trying to use a Google Nest Wifi setup. Background: I have a Roamio Pro and a Bolt and several Minis. Some are connected via coax via Moca and others ethernet. I tried to set up a Google Nest Wifi, but in doing so had to set my Comcast XB6 modem/router to bridge mode. This killed my moca network. Both the Bolt and Roamio are set as bridges and the minis as clients. I have a moca amplifier with POE where cable enters the house. First question, why does my moca network rely on Comcast? The boxes do not work when the Comcast Moca is off...my understanding is both the Roamio Pro and Bolt can create the Moca network. Second issue (and this is weird). The Comcast router has 2 ethernet jacks. One goes direct to the Bolt, the other to a 24 port switch. With Comcast router in bridge mode I plugged the Bolt directly into the switch. This killed all wired and wifi internet. I don't understand why. If I pull the Bolt out of the switch, all is fine. Put it back in and everything drops. Tried restarting the Bolt, doesn't matter. Does having my Roamio, Bolt and minis in the same switch cause an issue? Seem crazy. I'd like to use the Nest wifi but if I need Comcast not in bridge mode and if I need the Bolt directly hooked to the Comcast router, then XFi pods (though not my preference) should allow me to avoid changing the current set up. All ideas welcome!