For this to work, your TiVo has to be connected to your home network, either by direct Ethernet cable or via powerline adapters. You will need to make this connection if you wish to watch recordings from your TiVo on the TV connected to your V6.
I tried connecting the TiVo in the bedroom to the power line adapter, but I get error messages when trying to use the help on the TIVO 6 and when going to Network settings on the TIVO 6 box.
We were so looking forward to streaming our shows from the TIVO box in the bedroom to the new TIVO 6 box, while we set up new recordings on the TIVO 6 box.
I am on the top package with VM, and get 100-170 Mbps on my IPAD mini 4 in the room where my TIVO 6 box is located. I was hoping the TIVO 6 would cope. The engineer who set up my box used the power line connection to set up my TIVO 6. Should have realised then that the TIVO 6, was not up to it.
Having removed the cable from the powerline to the V6, to service the TiVo, the V6 will have no network connection.
If you reset the V6, power off and on is the easiest way, you should get presented with the wifi connection dialogue and be able to choose a wifi SSID to connect to. You will, of course, need the passphrase for your SSID to hand as you will have to input it.