My goal is to install a TiVo Mini (kitchen) to go with my Roamio OTA (living room) and would greatly appreciate some help with a network issue. Living Room TV: TiVo Roamio OTA, both coax and Ethernet are wired to this location. Kitchen TV: I plan to buy a TiVo Mini, this location has coax but no Ethernet wiring and it would be a hassle to get it there. Wiring: The roof mounted antenna coax comes into the closet and I have it connected (through the antenna preamp power supply) to the coax running to the Roamio OTA in the living room. There are coax lines to most of the rooms in the house, but none is presently connected to anything. We have DSL internet connection and the modem/router is also located in the same closet. The Ethernet wiring is less extensive than the coax and doesnt go to the kitchen. I would like to install a MoCA system. If I have it right (and I have no confidence that I do) I need to buy two MoCA adapters: 1. Install one in the closet to create a MoCA network; 2. Install one in the kitchen to re-translate the MoCA signal back to Ethernet for the Mini to use. I am hazy on exactly how to make these connections in the closet. For my simple needs it looks to me like all I need to do is (a) inject Ethernet in to the TiVo MoCA adapter from the DSL modem/router, and (b) connect the Kitchen coax line to the MoCA adapter output This seems to be missing something but I am not able to figure out what it is. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank you.