Advertisements Moving to a new house. We have Comcast internet/ TV services. All three rooms downstairs and the one room upstairs have coax cable already. Rather than fish ethernet through the walls I'd like to try moca. I was considering having my Romeo basic downstairs in one of the rooms. Also downstairs will be one Tivo Mini and my second Tivo Mini will be upstairs. my modem/router will be in a different room than my roamio which I guess is a good thing since I won't have to split the signal and I won't need additional splinter. I planned on keeping my desktop computer right beside my modem and router seems to make the most sense so I can hook it up directly to my cable modem via Ethernet. So my understanding is this is where my first MoCA adapter goes and a second moca adapter for my upstairs room. Would I then need a third adapter to supply a second room downstairs for my second mini since I don't think my second mini downstairs will be near my PC modem? will it need its own MoCA adapter? The Comcast box is unsecured on the side of the house I opened it and I can see coax cables going in and feeding it. My understanding is I need to put a point of entry filter inside of here. Am I correct my Romeo basic ethernet port will function as a ethernet bridge if my Romeo is utilizing moca in my scenario? If my Romeo will do this that will be good for me because I will only need one other Internet connected device beside in my Romeo room this will save me from having to buy a network switch. Unless things have changed the TiVo minis do not have ethernet Bridge functionality to my knowledge. Do the Tivo Mini version 1 vs mini version 2 have the same mocha performance? Because I have both and I was curious if the version 2 is would perform better in this capacity. I don't mean the new Vox Minis by the way which I don't have.