Advertisements I have been an avid Tivo kinda guy for 20+ years. But never attempted MoCA until now. I have a Premiere XL (purchased 2010) in a location with no ethernet connectivity so I've been using the WiFi G Router slow but at least it's something. The power supply failed and I shipped it off to Weakness for repair. They also replaced the 10 year old 1TB HD with a new 2TB. I asked if anyway to upgrade the wifi router and was told no but I could purchase a Tivo Bridge for MoCA. I did get it working and it's great, but I read where a POE filter is paramount so I ordered a Tivo POE Filter from amazon and installed it. But that action killed the MoCA connectivity. I removed the POE filter and it's working fine once again. Is it absolutely necessary that I have the POE filter installed and if so, what can I do to make it work. I read where opening up ports on my router might resolve the issue so following that info I hoped several ports but no change. Within a few minutes I received notification from my Xfinity XFi app that several external IP addresses known to be malicious have been blocked from US, Germany, India and China. So I shut the ports back down. They did not seem to help the situation anyway. Any suggestions on putting the POE filter back in and still have MoCA connectivity?