Advertisements I am trying to set up a MoCA 2.0 network in my new house. I have a Comcast cable internet service that easily gives me a blazing-fast 300 Mbps download speed. I have a TiVO Roamio OTA that I am using for local OTA channels, with this window-mounted OTA antenna: Antennas Direct - ClearStream Eclipse Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna - Black and White It seems to be doing a good job of pulling in my local channels. Today, I tried to install a point-of-entry filter, at the demarcation point where Comcast's cable connects to the outside of my house. It's not at the green metal box near my street, but at an unlocked plastic box on the outside of my house. The plastic box contains several coax cables that appear to run into my house, and through trial-and-error, I figured out which cable appears to be the main feed from the street (can anybody educate me about the green/blue color codes on Comcast's cable terminators?). The coax cable does run into the ground, in the direction of the green Comcast box. I tried to install this POE filter, in-between the feed from the street, and the first node where there is a splitter inside that plastic box: Amazon.com: TiVo Authorized MoCA / Point of Entry (PoE) Filter: Home Audio & Theater That's the filter that TiVo officially authorizes. I bought a second of the same POE filter to install on that antenna input, if any of you think it's needed, but have not yet installed it. With that POE filter installed, my internet speed is a sluggish 10Mbps. With the filter removed, it is 300Mbps. Obviously something is very wrong. I have not yet tried connecting my new MoCA network adapters to the network yet. I bought a couple of What is going wrong here?