Thanks for the reponses so far. I have a TiVo Bolt OTA Vox 1TB, Model number TCD849000VO. It shipped on May 14, 2019. It DOES have Moca functionality built-in, no question about it. I have been using it that way with two TiVo Mini Vox's since May 2019 and it has worked flawlessly. I previously saw "Moca" on the Network settings all the time on my Bolt, as well as on my Minis. My Verizon Quantum Gateway provides the Moca signal. My Minis are still connected to the Moca network, but they can no longer connect to my Bolt. On my Bolt, there no longer is an option to select Moca LIKE THERE WAS BEFORE! It ONLY allows me to select WiFi. Nothing in my system changed. I simply lost the option to connect to Moca on my BOLT. My RG-6 connectors and wires are all tested OK. I tried 3 different known good RG-6 cables from my BOLT to the splitter where the Moca signal and Tivo Minis are connected. And yes, it is a Moca rated splitter, a Holland GHS-4PRO-M. Please, nobody else write to this thread telling me I don't have Moca capability in my Bolt, because I do and that's how I was using it since I bought it last May, 2019. I do NOT need a Moca bridge. It worked without one perfectly until a few weeks ago. So I am wondering if TiVo pushed a software update that may have inadvertently removed the Moca network selection from the "Change Network Settings" screen?