Hi guys, I currently have the SWM power inserter connected directly to one of the 8 ports on the green SWM splitter in my garage. The SWM power inserter also has an IRD connector on it, but it is not used at all. I was thinking of moving the power inserter into my utility room where my router, switch, telephony modem and cable modem reside. I would rather centralize it in that room so that all of those devices can be plugged into a UPS. Right now in our living room I have an HR24 plugged into an APC UPS, so if there are any power blips the whole thing doesn't have to boot up or disrupt recordings. However if there would be a power issue, the UPS would protect the HR24, but the SWM Power inserter in the garage would be affected and we could potentially have disturbed recording anyway. So that's my reason for wanting to move it, so it can all be UPS protected in my utility room with all the other networking stuff. Another question is, I would like to centralize my DECA ICK in that room as well, so it is protected and everything is in one place. Can I plug this into the IRD port on the power inserter and still get Internet connected? Right now the DECA adapter is plugged into an Ethernet jack and coax jack in an unused bedroom. It would most likely be 30 ft of Commscope RG6-QS cable I would run, and I use PPC EX6 compression fittings. I still have a lot of stuff left over when I rewired the house.