I have reviewed several topics and realized that I have an unsupported configuration with my Whole Home DVR. I originally connected all of my receivers via Ethernet only and had the company activate the service for me. Everything seemed fine for a while, but now I get a message on my HD receivers every so often stating that the DVR has been disconnected. I can only watch about two or three minutes of a program before receiving the message. In addition, I noticed that my Nomad also loses its connection to the DVR intermittently. The light stating that it's connected to the network always stays on, but the status light where it's connected to the DVR will be yellow for a minute or two and go back to blue. So, my issue is how I get the current configuration to be more reliable or how I switch over to the supported configuration. Here is my current configuration: -Old Slimline 5 with direct lines to two HD receivers and two to my DVR -HR20-700 with B-Band filters on each line -Two H23-600's with no B-Band filters -Apple Time Capsule router broadcasting 5Ghz Wireless N -Apple Airport Extreme connected to the DVR extending the network -Apple Airport Express connected to each of the HD receivers extending the network -Static IP address assigned to each receiver outside the DHCP range -Port forwarding for each receiver for STB and Audio Network Services along with ports 1701, 8080, and 8843 for my DVR (read in another post) Since my Nomad also disconnects, it makes me wonder if I just have a port forwarding issue or a bandwidth issue. Another possibility is that due to the placement of my Airport Extreme, the Time Capsule and one of the Airport Expresses is almost equidistant from the Airport Extreme (one upstairs and one downstairs) and sometimes the Airport Extreme (which is connected to the DVR) connects to the Time Capsule and sometimes it connects to the Airport Express. Could it switching between the two cause a temporary disconnect to the HD receivers? Any input would be greatly appreciated.