Advertisements I am looking for an expert on the MoCA connection. I have had TiVo and Verizon for the last 6-7 years, however, about 1-2 years ago (around the time I upgraded to 1 gig Ethernet), my MoCA/Coaxial light will not stay on. I have 6 minis connected via MoCA. Whenever the light goes out, I lose my minis connection, no cable in those 6 rooms. I have been working with Verizon and TiVo off and on over the last 1-2 years. There is definitely a problem with the MoCA light staying on but no one will take responsibility for it. Verizon and TiVo displace blame on each other. My setup is as follow: ONT via 2-way splitter feeds into the basement where POE filter is located which branches via 8-way splitter into the various rooms. In the master bedroom, where the TiVo box is located, the feed from the wall goes into a two-way splitter which goes to the TiVo box and the router (Verizon G-1100). In the past, Verizon has come out and via troubleshooting, they were able to get the MoCA light back on, but they don't know how they got the light back on. Today, Verizon came out again but they could not return the MoCA light to service. They stated it was the TiVo box which was the problem. TiVo has changed out 2-3 boxes over the last two years, so I am not convinced it is the box. I think there is an issue between the ONT and the MoCA signal being received via the TiVo box which the minis are clients on. Today, Verizon also stated that because I had a Verizon router trying to work with a TiVo box, that may be the reason my MoCA is not working. I told them my son had the same connection, and he had no problems. Please help!!!