I have a DirecTV system at home, which includes a Genie (HR44-500) in the living room, feeding a pair of mini-Genies (C41W) in two different bedrooms through a wireless video bridge (WVBRO-25) that is also located in the living room near the Genie. My system also has an HD DVR (HR24-500) in the basement. I use Verizon FIOS for internet, with the line coming into the house in the same area where the Genie is located, and being connected to a wireless modem/router. I am trying to get a stronger internet signal in the rooms where the mini-Genies are located and also in the basement, where the HD DVR is located. I want to somehow create a MOCA network for internet access in those remote locations. I have been searching the internet and find conflicting or even outdated information on whether it is possible to accomplish that using the existing DirecTV coax connections. Please note that my current C41W mini Genies (wilreless) replaced a respective pair of wired-type mini-Genies. I still have the coax connections available in those rooms (presumably still connected to the DirecTV network) but they are currently unused. Is there an easy way to accomplish this? Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.