I've been searching on this subject for about a half hour now and haven't found the answer I'm looking for yet. I did an install today and I am having problems connecting the broadband deca to the router. I brought the cable from the dish in from an exterior wall to a d12. In the same room as the d12 is the cable modem/ wireless router. The router and modem is on an interior wall and the customer refuses to move the modem/ router because of voip and other home business needs located on that wall. The room has entry walk ways on either wall between the d12 and router. With safety concerns in mind I can't run a cable across the floor. Also it's a hardwood floor so I can't sneak it under the carpet and to make things more challenging this room is on a concrete slab. The customer is absolutely opposed to running the cable over the door ways. They are also refusing to sign my paperwork until the broadband deca is installed so they can have on demand for their children. Physically running a cat5 or coax to the router is out of the possibility. Is there anyway to add a wap to the router and broadband kit? Or is it possible to supply the internet connection to the broadband deca through the dod homeplugs? My team leader told me that you can not hook up a broadband deca with a homeplug that it would shut down the mvr. I don't know if my explaining the situation confused him or if there is some other reason this may be true. I spent about 7 hours on this install that should've taken no more then 2.5 hours. Anyone have any ideas?