Connecting XBOX one to QIP7100 2 terminal - IP auto setting failed
dictum99
Newbie

I have a TV connected to the Verizon terminal box QIP7100 2 and that works fine. However when try to connect an Xbox one to that same terminal via CAT5 link, I get this error message. It does not pull an IP. I tried every setting possible, it's not online.

How do I get the Xbox to get an IP address from the QIP7100 2 terminal?

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dictum99
Newbie

Please click on the link to display the entire error message.

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CRobGauth
Community Leader
Community Leader

Verizon STBs do not supply IP access.

You can get a MOCA adapter if you wish and put a splitter to conenct STB and  adapter.

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dictum99
Newbie

What is the MOCA adapter?

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CRobGauth
Community Leader
Community Leader

Its a device that converts MOCA (technology used to carry ip traffic over coax) back to ethernet.

Google it and you will find devices that you can purchase to do what you are looking for.

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dictum99
Newbie

Do you have a link for it?

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CRobGauth
Community Leader
Community Leader

No.

Try google Actiontec moca adapter

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dictum99
Newbie

I have the console for TV, when I attempt to directly connect a device to it, I get this. XBox 1. I heard that the MoCa device can work to bring the xbox directly online.

Am I correct in understanding that I need to get a splitter and then plug both devices in, the FIOS TV console and the other device, which is xbox? 


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CRobGauth
Community Leader
Community Leader

Yes.

connect a splitter.

Stb goes on one leg and mica adapter will go on the other.

Xbox will then connect via ethernet to moca adpater

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