with apologies for the repeat topic- I have read quite a number of threads on this topic and wanted to confirm/validate what I am reading as conclusions: -- this is in regard to connecting a WH with Genie + GenieGo (and in my case, two additional HR-24s) to the public internet. please review/correct as needed: 1. The best and most reliable way to provide the internet connection is to run RG6 from the SWM switch to a powered DECA and then CAT 5 from DECA to one port on the wireless router. 2. The HR44 has built in Wifi radio whicjhcan be used for the internet connection, and many have done this with varying degrees of success. However, even within good Wifi Range this isn't the most reliable. 2.5 with (2) in mind, it appears that installers may be motivated in some way to use the wireless, to cut install time and cost. 3. Running Cat5 Ethernet directly to the HR44 can also work, but is not supported/recommended, and in some cases may even cause connection instability. related questions of interest: a) in consideration if (1) above, if the RG6 run is long it would be better to shorten the RG6 line, attach DECA, and run a longer run of CAT5. B) with (a) in mind, nothing prevents one from putting the powered BB DECA near any of the receivers in the house, to take advantage of RG6 already present from a legacy two-wire install, and running CAT 5 to the router.