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What Is a "Moca Bridge" and What Advantages Does It Have? (Tivo Roamio vs. Tivo Roamio Plus?)

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Hello, 

I am thinking about purchasing the Tivo Roamio OR the Tivo Roamio Plus. Recording times and the amount of supported networks are non-issues with me but when I called Tivo today and asked them to explain to me what the advantage is by getting the moca bridge with the Roamio Plus, I had no idea what the Tivo rep was saying! Clearly, a moca bridge does something and is an advantage to have in a DVR, I just don't know what that advantage would be. Please help?

Thanks. 

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First link to Tivo here:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=moca+bridge
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Originally Posted by slowbiscuit View Post

First link to Tivo here:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=moca+bridge
I've never seen that site before. That is fantastic, thanks. I've written the URL on a post-it and have it under my monitor for future use.
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MoCA is an alternative to wired Ethernet. instead of using a Cat 6 cable it uses a coax cable, that same cable that TV and programming comes over. So at a very basic level it is a networking port.
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