Advertisements I have a Roamio (pre moca) and two Mini's. The Roamio is connected via ethernet (plus coax is plugged in). The mini's use Moca 1.1 via Actiontec Moca Adapter and are connected via coax. I will note that I have the hydra software update on all boxes and there is a POE Filter on the inbound coax. I use Comcast but use my own modem and my own separate router. This setup has worked for a long time, but after a recent internet outage my bedroom mini is no longer able to access the Roamio. The only semi-recent changes were to get a new router about 2 months ago and to upgrade to hydra about 1 month ago. No wiring or hardware changes. When I swap the mini's, the "bedroom" box works at the others location - and the "working" box stops working when plugged in at the bedroom. So the mini itself is fine but there is something about the bedroom location. Although I have made no prior changes, I have just replaced the coax cable to be sure and inspected what wiring I have access to. When I look at the network status on the bedroom mini, it can't access TIVO or get a DNS. BUT, it appears to be connected to the MOCA network (it shows connected, uptime, and the right number of nodes). I am getting a 169 IP address which shows it is not connecting correctly. While I've never had to do this before, in an attempt to solve this problem, I opened 4 TCP ports on the router that was listed on the mini screen. This didn't help. I'm at a loss for how to solve this. Any help would be appreciated.