Advertisements Hi, I'm wondering if the Roamio Pro can be used as a MOCA bridge for Cisco STBs (set top boxes) that support video on demand? Here's my setup: - FIOS Internet/Cable (ONT connected via the Ethernet port, not Coax) - Own Router (not the Verizon issued one) - Roamio Plus connected via Ethernet but with the "MOCA bridging" option turned on - Cisco CHS 335HDC P2 Set Top Box (for PPV/VOD) which only works on MOCA (Ethernet is disabled) This configuration *almost* works for me. The STB will boot up and DHCP across the Tivo and get an IP address from the router. It's able to download the programming guide and functions like Caller ID work seamlessly. This configuration is a already a huge improvement over having the original Verizon ActionTec router or the double-router options you see on DSL reports. The *only* problem is the Video-On-Demand doesn't work properly. It will take me to a black screen, report an error, and suggest I reboot the router. I don't know if the problem is a port forwarding I'm missing or if the Tivo Ethernet-to-MOCA bridge just won't handle this type of configuration (maybe doesn't forward multicast, maybe too high a UDP packet rate, etc, etc?) My questions: 1) Is anyone successfully done this? 2) Does it make sense this would even work? Any good way to test? Verizon obviously doesn't support this type of configuration and hasn't published much on debugging when a non-standard setup doesn't work. But I'm so close I feel it's probably possible.