I'm new to the forum and new to the concept of DirecTV Whole Home DVR so please bear with me... I recently moved/upgraded my DirecTV system. I have the HR24 and the H24 setup in my condo building. The HR24 is in the living room and my H24 sits in the bedroom with the wireless router nearby as well (router must stay in bedroom, no hookup elsewhere). I've tried deciphering a few forums/guidelines but cannot figure out how to setup the whole home network. DirecTV HAS turned the capability on for me but they never mentioned any further steps. I don't want to pay for them to come back out to install this as I see myself using the service maybe once a week at most. Additional info: 1)I do NOT have an ethernet port in my living room so the wireless router must stay in my bedroom but I am willing to move the DVR in to the bedroom to make this work which I assume would be necessary. 2)I know both receivers have "DECA" built in (H24 & HR24) but I'm not really sure what that means or if I need 1 more DECA unit or not (I consider myself technologically savvy but apparently not for this system). 3) I understand there's an 'unofficial' way that I can set it up and I don't mind doing that. I'm just not sure what other things need to be purchased/added to the equation to keep this inexpensive. I've seen people mentioning splittlers but the pictures look much different than the cable/coax splittler I have sitting in a drawer which takes one cable and splits it in to two (your typical $5 splitter from ace hardware). 4) I'd love to have the DVR hooked up to an internet connection to use all of DirecTV's additional services but the whole home network is most important. If there's an easy/cheap way to add internet connection to the equation great, but if it's more difficult or requires me purchasing a $50+ piece of equipment I'll survive without it for the time being. Basically I'm wondering if someone can simplify what I need to do here and what connects to what. I live in a condo building where the satellite sits on the roof of my 28 story building if that info is needed. The connection comes in through your typical coax connection in the wall, not an IP based setup. I've seen the images others have posted but I haven't come across one running just an H24 and HR24 so I'm confused as to what I need and what connects to what. PLEASE HELP! Thank you!!!!