Advertisements Unable to get MoCA to work. The attached picture is my setup. My premier was on a Wi-Fi range extender with a cat 5 cable. Expected signal drops and poor picture but only on rare occasions. Surprisingly good signal most of the time. The cat 5 cable was removed for MoCA setup. Tivo Mini is new as is Tivo bridge and supplied splitter. Only one green light on bridge. Did suggested test with Mini directly connected to bridge. Still no second green light. So I had a thought. Put back range extender on Premier and add one to Mini. Cat 5 in both. Then add a Google mesh system and connect the units directly to them. Mini cannot find the Premier. Same subnet. Same IP network. In my mind it should work yet it doesn't. So both of my attempts at getting the Mini to work have failed. I was looking at getting in on the current Bolt special. Transfer your lifetime from a Premier 4 and get a Bolt for $299. Problem is, it ends tomorrow (10/8). I know the Bolt has built in MoCA but who knows if that will work. They do have a 30 day return policy so maybe I will try it anyway. When I called 'support,' in the Philippines, one rep told me to put a bridge at my router and at the Premier. Next one said no bridges needed at all. All combo modems/routers have built in MoCA. All of them. Last one said put a bridge on every unit including the Mini. Tivo phone support is complete garbage. Didn't used to be that way. Any ideas how I can get one of these options to work? Or better yet, someone I can speak to that isn't reading a script or just making stuff up. After 3 dreadful support experiences, I'm thinking about throwing in the towel and looking for other solutions but wanted to give it one last shot.