Advertisements Hi, I have a tivo roamio pro with 5 minis hooked up to it, 3 are over Ethernet, 2 are over coax (moca). All has worked well for 6 years, then one day last week my mini's that use moca stopped working. Spent an hour on phone with tivo support, they had me power cycle everything (which I had done before), they told me to call verizon. Im certain verizon will not be able to help. My moca network is just through the fios quantum gateway router and a splitter (Model Fios-G1100), so I have my coax from fios hitting a splitter, one of the "outs" of that splitter hits my gateway router, the others head out to the mini's and the roamio pro. I have never had any other device such as a moca bridge or a poe filter, everything just worked when I set it up (well I had to find the right splitter). Anyway, I tried switching minis (ones that work elsewhere), coax cables, etc, and the only thing broken right now is the 2 minis that use coax (I ran a 30 foot ethernet cable across my bedroom temporarily and now one of the mini's works fine over ethernet (temp solution)). So I am stumped, any suggestions, things that could have gone wrong, here is what I am thinking: a.) tivo pushed an update that broke it (they say no updates last week) b.) fios pushed an update that broke it, I cant find any kind of panel on the router to view/configure/troubleshoot moca, so not sure how to check this. c.) my splitter went bad (ordered a new one to try that) d.) poe filter - never had one, but tivo says I need one, so ordered that to try. Any other ideas to try?