I am an old Tivo user who stepped away for 5+ years and now is back, looking to take advantage of the newer Tivo boxes over MoCa. Unfortunately, the transition to MoCa has not gone well and I need some help. To start, I have Verizon Fios with a G1100 router. I currently run multiple Verizon boxes with DVR through the house without issue. When I plug in my new Tivo Bolt+ 3TB Box and connect over Ethernet or WiFi, the single box works perfectly and connects to Tivo and displays channels fine (cablecard was successfully activated). As soon as I hit the button to change the Tivo to “connect using MoCa”, the WiFi immediately drops out of my Verizon router (while the connection to Tivo and channel display remains intact). It occurs 100% of the time, so much so that I had Verizon send me a new router and it occurred again. Change the setting back to “connect over Ethernet” and the WiFi comes back (after a few minutes). All of this is before I’ve attempted to connect any of my Tivo minis. Currently, I am connecting the Tivo Bolt directly to my G1100 router via Ethernet and to a preexisting coax cable in the home. I have moved the Bolt to a different location in the house that has Ethernet and coax and the same crash occurs. I have not yet connected a filter but I am under the impression that that isn’t required and am not certain that that would cause this issue. I’ve attempted to contact Tivo to see if the unit was a dud. They suggested calling Verizon to get certain port unblocked…before I sound like an idiot to Verizon, I’d love some feedback as well as what exactly to say to Verizon if the issue lies on their end. Thank you.