Advertisements Hi all - Just this past week as I was researching options for extending Wifi signal in my house I came across forum posts about using MOCA and existing coax cables, which led me down a hole of looking into all the available options. I have a Tivo Bolt and have been using MOCA with it with several Tivo Mini and Tivo Vox Mini all around the house. When I check the network settings on the Tivo Bolt and on other Mini it says MOCA version 1.1 (I assume it's always been this, I just had never looked as it's been working fine for all my Tivo). I called Tivo and they said the Bolt should be showing version 2.0 and that it was not a coax or Tivo issue but a internet issue. So then I spent 1.5 hours on the phone with ATT fiber and they really couldn't figure out what the issue was either. I have coax coming in from the wall and plugged into my Tivo Bolt. I had my Bolt ethernet wired into a switch that was ethernet wired into my Netgear Orbi mesh router. With the ATT rep we tried plugging the Bolt ethernet directly into the gateway modem (bypassing the switch and router) and reset the Tivo connection but still showing 1.1 The MOCA (at 1.1) has been working fine for me, but as I'm looking at different options to expand my Wifi around the house I (obviously) want the fastest possible connection. I'm on Orbi Wifi 6 and paying for ATT fiber (1000 mpbs) and getting anywhere from 50-200 mpbs in most places around the house. my hope was to get at least MOCA 2.0 with the Tivo and throughout the coax in the house, or if need be I would definitely spend the money on the MOCA 2.5 adapters I've seen from Actiontec or Gocoax to get 2.5 throughout the house and connect those to the Wifi satellites. Thanks for any help!!!!!