Advertisements Again, I recently installed my TiVo system (TiVo Bolt VOX 3TB & 4 TiVo Mini VOXs). I have Verizon FiOS, which means I have an existing MoCA network. At the suggestion of a user on another thread....I was sure to set up my TiVo Bolt as a client on that network. I also set up all of the Mini's as clients as well (of course). This set-up worked perfectly and all of the client's were able to connect to my host DVR and the DVR is connected to the internet. However, I do have a problem that stems from the fact that I neglected to leave out an important tidbit about my home network. What I left out was that my Verizon Quantum Gateway router is set-up as a bridge. My Wi-Fi/home network is Broadcast/originates from my Netgear R9000 Nighthawk X10 Router. As a result, it appears that my MoCA network is separate from my Wi-Fi/home network....which results in my TiVo app in losing some functionality. So now to correcting this so that they are on the same network. I believe I have two options....an easy one (if it works) and a more complicated one: Easy option (if it works?): I have an Ethernet jack available near my TiVo Bolt. I would imagine I could simply plug the Ethernet from my home network into the Bolt, then rerun guided set-up and set the Bolt up on the MoCA network as a Bridge. (Note: I actually understand the correct process is to set-it up via Ethernet first....then after set-up is completed, change the network setting to "Use this DVR to create a MoCA network"). After that...then go around as reconnect the Mini's to the new MoCA network. Would that work? If so....that seems like the easiest option. But I am concerned that there may be more than 1 MoCA network and that may be a problem. Second Option: This is probably better in the long run and something I'll end up doing eventually, even if the 1st option works. Basically....just get rid of the Verizon Quantum Gateway. Run the CAT5 directly from the ONT to my Netgear router (after calling Verizon to register the router for the network). Then proceed with setting up the MoCA network as described above. I guess my main question is.....Will the easy option work correctly? Any other options that I am neglecting to consider? Thanks!