Advertisements Last year I posted about my setup: Is my house MoCa ready? Cutting cord w/ OTA I have internet only coming into a cable box outside my house thru a POE filter and then into a 4-way splitter. From the split, one goes to my gateway (SBG6700-AC Wi-Fi Modem MOCA 1.1), one goes to my old OTA Roamio (thru a Tivo Bridge - MOCA 1.1), and the other two go to two different TiVo mini's (MOCA 1.1). Lately we've been having slow internet issues. Prior to the current internet issues, Atlantic BB came out as a courtesy call because they were checking lines with seemingly poor connections. Once they got here, the guy decided it was something to do with how my Moca was set up and not something caused by their equipment/line. He implied I had it hooked up incorrectly and starting rearranging it which screwed everything up, so I had him put it back and at least works. Our gateway does seem to not be getting as good as signal as previous (two lights that used to be blue are now only green: send/receive): From the manual: Green: Non-bonded downstream channel is connected. Blue*: High-speed Internet connection with bonded downstream channels. I used to get blue, now they're green all the time. No change in any set up or equipment. So really, two questions: 1.) What would be causing this problem?; 2.) Would it help to upgrade the gateway to something that does MOCA 2.0 and possibly also the TiVo Bridge? We notice the problem mainly on computers receiving wifi from the gateway, not on the TiVos. Thanks for any help!