I have a 93000 Mini that I haven't used in a while. I also have a Tivo Wireless N Adapter from the days when I had a Premiere. After recently moving, I have no possibility of Ethernet or MOCA in my upstairs bedroom, and I am not interested in investing in Powerline. So I am trying to connect the Mini to my Tivo Bolt VOX (which is in the living room and connected via Ethernet to my Router) using the Tivo Wireless N Adapter that I already own. First I plugged the Wireless N Adapter (from here on out I will call it the "Adapter") into my PC and using its IP address, was able to enter its UI and set it up on my 5GH N Wifi Network. I was able to browse the web with the laptop, so that seemed to work fine. Next I took it upstairs and plugged it in and let it power up and turn blue. Then I fired up my Mini with it attached via Ethernet to the Adapter. The Mini was able to connect to Tivo servers and that was good. However, it was still trying to connect to my Tivo Roamio that I used to have, back when I last used the Mini. No problem, I went into the Mini to change the host DVR, and there was my Tivo Bolt listed. However, it had a hash mark next to it and was greyed out. So I thought that maybe the Adapter might need to be in "bridge" mode, which is a switch on the bottom of the adapter. However, after switching that to bridge mode and powering everything back up, I had no connectivity at all. So I switched it back to client mode and rebooted everything. Now its back the way it was, but I can't get a internet connection to the Tivo servers like I did at first. I guess I have two questions. 1) When using the Adapter to fool the Mini into thinking it has a ethernet connection, it is acting as a Ethernet/Wifi bridge, as I understand it. Do I need another device down at my router taking that Wifi and turning it back into Ethernet, or can the Adapter just connect to my routers WiFi and my routers access point will be the other portion of the bridge network? 2) Even though I believe I am trying to use a Ethernet to Wifi bridge network, I couldn't get any connectivity when I set the Adapter to "bridge". I wonder if not using bridge mode is why my Tivo Bolt was greyed out, and using bridge mode is not working because I'm missing something. I saw another post on the forum from quite a while ago where a person had used their Tivo Wireless N Adapter to connect a Mini to their Tivo successfully, but there was never any details on exactly how they did it, the settings used or if any other equipment was needed. I just did a reset to factory defaults on the Tivo Mini, and am going to redo Guided Setup when its done. We'll see if that makes any difference. Any ideas, suggestions or advice? Anyone used their Wireless N Adapter this way? Thanks.