said by guppy_fish:
Your WAN has to be Ethernet as your on the 150/65 Mbps tier and only Ethernet can not go over ~100mbs, which is the limit of MOCA
Thanks, you are of course correct about 150/65 and MOCA. My initial FiOS install last month was TV: Ultimate, Internet: 75/35, and Phone. A few weeks later upgraded to Internet 150/65 ($5 per month more) to see what it was like. The VZ installer replaced router and added Ethernet cable from ONT to new Rev I router. From then on, when I spoke with VZ support they insisted that their system showed that I was provisioned over MOCA even though my speed was 150/65.
We found that TV Extreme HD covered all the channels that we watched so changed to Extreme ($25 per month less). While doing that I learned that in Northern VA if you have FiOS TV they only offer 150/65 to subscribers with TV Ultimate. But, if you don't have FiOS TV then you can get 150/65 for Internet only or with Phone. (Marketing strikes again or are they just trying to keep down bandwidth usage?)
With TV Extreme had to pick a slower Internet speed so went back to 75/35 and for my use it is more than adequate. After the change back to 75/35 my router and Ethernet cable remain unchanged.