01-08-2017 01:21 PM
TWC doesn't allow moca to be activated on their modems, I don't know if you have got this even close to be correctly configured or enough level for the cable modem to operate properly.
Can you draw up a diagram of what you have?
01-08-2017 12:26 PM
I am trying to set up a MOCA network. Configuration is POE on main cable coming into house, split with 6 way MOCA Splitter;
1 coax to 2 way MOCA Splitter - 1st to UBEE DVW32CB, 2nd to TIVO Bridge (Ethernet from TIVO Bridge to UBEE)
1 COAX to TIVO Bolt
1 COAX to TIVO Mini
1 CAOX to Motoroloa DVR (TWC provided, will eventually replace with mini)
When I try to setup the MOCA network, I do it from the Bolt and set it up as a client. All internet access works for my other devices at this time (wireless/ethernet). When I try either to DHCP Address Assign Automatically, or I try to assign using the setting from my computer (i assign an unassigned IP address) I get various errors (C5, etc..) and can never get the network to finish setup, and the TIVO Bolt fails to connect and I have to reset it to wireless to get it to work.
When I go into the UBEE menus, it will not let me turn on MOCA.
I would go get my own modem/router gateway, but I use this one for telephone also, and cannot seem to find a replacement anywhere.