Two questions: First, I have an extra RG6 cable that I'd like to turn into ethernet to connect a wireless router to. I also have plenty of extra DECA ethernet to coax adapters. I think I just need to run one on each end and power them and it will work correctly, right? If this is a RG6 line still connected to my DirecTV setup, I only need the one on receiving end, correct? What are the benefits of having the coax outside my DTV system....keeps added traffic off the system? Does it matter much? Next, any reason I can't use the same cable that currently runs to a client (with an ethernet to coax adapter) to create another ethernet connection at my client connection? I suppose it's not advised to utilize it for Netflix, etc? Thanks.