Advertisements I just got a Motorola MM1000 from Amazon today and hooked it up according to directions. It sorta works, but not as expected. First, some background. My TiVo Roamio Plus is in the bedroom. There is no wired ethernet in there, so I’ve been using powerline ethernet adapters to connect it to the Internet. This works fine, even though TiVo recommends against doing this. I bought a TiVo Mini to use downstairs in our budget home theater. There’s no wired ethernet there, either, but there is a coax connection. Great, I thought. I can use MoCA for the Mini. Which I did, creating a bridge in the Roamio, and which works 95% of the time. Usually, because there is some stuttering on streaming sources sometimes. I thought things would be better (and supported) if I got rid of the powerline adapters. So, I purchased the MM1000 after reading that others had it working with TiVo OK. The cable modem and router are in a home office. That’s where I put the MM1000. So BEFORE, I had: · Ethernet via powerline to TiVo Roamio Plus in the Bedroom, which bridged to coax. · TiVo Mini in the theater room, getting it’s network via MoCA. AFTER Installing the MM1000 near the router, · The TiVo Mini works great. (This confirms that the MM1000 is working.) But… · The Roamio detects the MoCA network, sees three MoCA devices (itself, the MM1000 and the Mini) but reports it cannot detect the router. I’ve checked everything I can think of to check in connections, double-checking the configuration (I changed the Roamio from bridge mode to client mode in the MoCA setup) and made sure that all splitters were rated to at least 1000 MHz as recommended by the MM1000 user guide. What am I overlooking?