Advertisements For the past 4 years my setup has been a Roamio Plus (with cable card) and 2 minis on separate floors, connected via MOCA. I'm using the Verizon Quantum Gateway router connected via coax, not ethernet. The Roamio is also connected via coax and is setup for MOCA with the Roamio and minis getting their IP addresses via MOCA. Wifi on the Verizon router is disabled and I'm using a Google wifi router configured as an AP. I now want to use my own router (as well another Google Wifi puck) to allow for more flexibility and control over my network. From what I've read here and on DSL Forums, the first step is to switch the WAN connection from the ONT from coax to ethernet. I've already run and tested a Cat 5 cable from the ONT to the location where I intend to place my own router (same place where the VZ router is currently located). But before calling Verizon to request the switch, I'd like to get your advice on whether my proposed setup will work. Since the Roamio still needs coax to get video, I assume I will still need a coax feed from the ONT to the Roamio (no different to how it is now). After replacing the Verizon router with mine, I'd like to continue using MOCA to connect the Roamio to the minis (there is no ethernet between the Roamio and the minis). Connecting the ethernet port of the Roamio to the LAN side of my router, will the Roamio provide a path via MOCA to supply IP addresses to the 2 minis? The diagram below shows my proposed configuration. Would appreciate your input whether this setup will work, or any changes that need to be made for it to work. Thanks.