Advertisements Some background. Like many, I have had recent issues with TiVo minis and just bought a Mini Vox which temporarily worked. The origin of the issue is that a while back, my system (a Roamio at the time) and Mini were on a Moca network and worked fine. Tivo pushed out software that broke the mini's ability to get live TV and play recordings. I switched to a wireless connection on the Roamio and then a Bolt and connected the mini using a ethernet over power line connection. That worked great for a while and now does not. I then tried to connect the bolt with ethernet over power line, but despite a strong connection, the bolt did not like that config. So...i want to go back to moca as a last chance to connect the mini. The bolt works fine on wifi, but for some reason the mini is stuck. The wifi bandwidth at the device is >275MB/sec and the cable speed at the router is 450MB/sec. But I guess that's not enough for TiVo to function. Comcast has provided me with an amplifier that has one input and several outputs...almost like a multi-port splitter. Where would y'all recommend putting the PoE filter in relation to the amp and the Tivo Moca bridge? One output is going to the currently unused moca bridge and the other to the cable modem. And once I have a coax going from amplifier into the moca bridge with an ethernet cable going from the bridge to a router, what additional hook-ups or configuration do I do on the bolt to get moca working? As an aside, I did order a POE filter and also had one. How can I tell if what I have is the right one? This crap should not be this hard in 2018.