Advertisements I currently have a Tivo Bolt and a couple of minis and looking to purchase a new home which we went and looked at yesterday. I am not a cable or satellite subscriber but the new property has two satellite dishes mounted to the roof. My previous home was wired for ethernet but this one is not, and it doesn't appear I can use the phone lines for this (I believe all the phone wiring terminates outside, and I'm not sure if it's cat5 or not). My plan is to remove a satellite dish and re-use it's mast on the roof to mount an antenna (which should have a good line of sight to the OTA transmitters in my area). I will be getting internet via cable, but I should be able to utilize the remainder of the RG6 throughout the house as a moca network so I can get my mini's online. I'm assuming most of the RG6 in the house is connected to the satellite and there is one run somewhere that is connected to the cable network (most likely the previous owner also had cable internet). What option would you recommend to hook this up? A) Use one run of coax from antenna to bolt and one coax running from internet provider to modem/router. Then connect all the other coax connections to a passive splitter to have an independent moca network. (I believe this method would require a separate moca bridge). B) Connect all the RG6 lines in the house to the antenna network except the one for the modem. The up side to this is it will allow me to use the tivo as a moca bridge. The down side is I will end up having a lot more coax on my antenna network and I feel like that will impact the strength of the signal to the tivo (in an area where signal strength is going to be a stretch anyway). I'm also not sure, if I used an amplified splitter for the antenna, how that will impact the moca network. C) Some other solution I have not thought of yet. Thoughts?