Not sure, I will have to diagnose more tomorrow. As I stated the tech wired to get the old box to work. Is there any easy way to see if moca is being passed?
while watching live TV, press exit for 3-5 seconds then down down 2 -> the white screen with black print will soon come up move to Moca area on left side and find the moca connections screen. it will populate after a few seconds. the lines that have numbers counting down from the top will show each MoCA device connection as seen from that particular set top box.
Thanks, I checked and it states moca network enabled but under moca link status it says no link. But I have my pnr box hooked up and working, I can for example watch stuff recorded on the dvr. Any other thoughts
someone (the tech?) will have to find what is blocking the MoCA. commonly there is a 'bad' splitter that won't carry the MoCA signal or an amp with same problem or an amp and splitter that block the devices seeing each other's MoCA. Tech will have equipment that can test that issue. do you have splitters that are currently unneeded and can be removed?