Advertisements Disclaimer: All of the MoCa related posts that I've read have referred to setting up in a house, where the person has the option to place the POE filter on the outside of their house. I'm in an apartment and don't have that option, hence why I'm writing a new thread My Current Setup: Coax cable from wall in living room ---> Splitter (MoCa Splitter) --> Prong 1 to tuning adapter, Prong 2 to Tivo Bolt Tivo Bolt --> Ethernet cable to router (Internet is provided by AT&T, cable is provided by TWC) This setup works fine for the tivo bolt, and I have no issues with the tuning adapter. In the other room directly opposite the room the tivo resides in --> coax cable from wall ---> Tivo Mini When I enable the tivo bolt as the MoCa network, when I plug in the Tivo Mini in the other room it is not able to connect to a moCa network. It gives a C33 error and the long list of troubleshooting steps (check the coax cable, check the moca settings, etc.) The MocA settings on both Tivos are enabled and set to auto for the channel. I've also tried setting both to channel 15. I've also powercycled the router and both tivos. My big question is how does the POE filter fit into all of this? Does the tuning adapter make it a different type of setup? Does being in an apartment where no splitters, other than the one I purchased myself, can be found? Does having a different internet provider than the cable provider make it impossible? I do have an external MoCa adapter and a POE filter, but I dont think the adapter is needed since the Bolt has an internal adapter. I have called CS, and no real help there. Hopefully there's someone out there who got this all to work in an apartment set up.