I intend to terminate my cable TV service ($200/month for basic cable), but keep my internet ISP. I want to swap antenna TV signal for cable TV service while keeping internet - and do the whole thing on my existing MoCA network. At this time I have a Verizon FIOS enabled MoCa network installed in my home. I use a Roamio TiVo with MoCA adapter for distributed DVR service. How do I make the switch from cable TV to antenna TV on my MoCA network? NETWORKS - as I understand them An ethernet network must run a dedicated line to a router port for each node/device. A MoCA network is different in that it's a loop. Nodes/devices can be attached at any point in the loop, which is maintained by the MoCA bridge....located somewhere in the loop. CAVEAT I have installed an antenna on my roof, which is getting a nice signal. It's not connected to my network yet because I don't know how to do it. It's my understanding that an antenna signal cannot coexist with a cable TV signal on a MoCA network. Fine. I can't dance and chew gum at the same time either. I'm cutting off my cable TV service anyway, but I want to KEEP my internet service. BIG QUESTION How do I merge antenna service with ISP service on my home MoCA network? Do I need an additional MoCA adapter for my antenna? Seems to me I have to identify the cable TV source, divide TV from ISP at that point, and then merge the ISP services with my antenna for distribution within my home network. Is that right and if so how do I do that? TiVo customer service tells me to switch cable rf line with antenna rf line at the point where it attaches to the Roamio DVR - cable/ant IN. What happens to the MoCA network with ISP service if I do that? Help!