If it's a GenieGo 2, you can split the coax going to the HR24 and connect the GG2 on the other leg.
If it's a GenieGo 1, you must connect it CAT-5 (ethernet), but you can't connect it to the HR24. It has to go to your router, or into a switch connected to your router.
Curious, why you need to move the GenieGo at all? If it's working fine connected to your router, why not just leave it that way?
I have a GenieGo 1.
I had been interested in an Apple Time Capsule Router.
Despite every other router typically has 4 output ports, the Apple has 3.
My slingbox and another can't unplug device take up two ports, and my Directv DECA and GenieGo take up the other two.
I think a wireless DECA may be out there, but, I thought just moving the GenieGo would be the easiest and require nothing new.
I know I could solve this by buying a switch and worst case splitting one port into a switch then going to the DECA and GenieGo... but I had seen different installation literature online on the GenieGo with a splitter, but I wasn't aware that it's only for the 1st gen.
Can I plug in via ethernet to the non-DVR, my old H24?
I haven't messed with the ethernet in the back of the HR24 in years, originally I got it before the DECA was available through my installer, and I discovered if you plugged anything into the port it would disable MRV, I'm guessing that's the case still to why the Genie go won't work?
Edited by StangGT909, 01 July 2014 - 10:17 AM.