Advertisements I'm having a strange MoCA problem when adding a 2nd TiVo Mini. Here is my setup: Apple AirPort Extreme connects directly to my TW Cable Modem Roamio Plus connects to the AirPort Extreme via Eithernet Roamio Plus also serves as the MoCA bridge Mini "A" connects only via MoCA At this point all works fine. When I connect Mini "B" via MoCA, it cannot connect back to the bridge in the Roamio Plus. If I power off Mini "A" and "B", reboot Roamio and then bring up only "B", it works, however after starting "A", now it does not work. The other complexities are Time Warner's lovely Tuning Adapter, however I have this properly split prior to connecting the Roamio and Tuning Adapter. As far as cable splitters go, I have the following: In the closet, there is a 4 way splitter (5-1002MHz) One of these connects to a 2 way splitter (5-1002MHz) I also have a 2 way splitter just prior to the Roamio and Tuning Adapter 2 way splitter (5-900MHz) I have read all about the splitters needing to be 2GHZ, TiVo's specific recommendation seems to be "at least 1.2GHz". Thinking that my problem was the splitters, I attempted to replace splitter #3 above, with this one, Ideal 2.4 GHz 3-Way Splitter, which is rated 5 MHz-2.4GHz. Unfortunately that did not resolve my issue. Previous tenant / lazy cable guy left the hodgepodge mess of outdated splitters, not me. Questions: - Should I also replace #1 with a 1-4 way splitter? (I don't actually need the 5th connection.) - Is there any reason that I would need to "isolate" my Time Warner Cable modem from the MoCA cable TV/MoCA stuff? - Frankly I don't understand how the current setup with just 1 Mini actually is working, as nothing was previously rated any higher than 5-1002MHz! - Has anyone else run into issues with multiple Mini's on the same MoCA network? - Why does Time Warner insist on using the stupid Tuning Adapters? alas this last question belongs in another forum.