Just had the Whole Home DVR (MRV) installation done this past week after going through 3 appointment cancellations by DirecTV due to equipment shortages (frustrating!). I also ordered the Video On Demand feature, but the technician didn't have the DECA Broadband converter to hook up to my DVR. (I had tried running an ethernet cable directly from the DVR straight to my router but it didn't work..it wouldn't recognize my wireless network. I was told that attempting to hook it up this way actually "disables" the DECA circuitry inside my HR24-100 DVR) I called the field office after he left and they agreed to give me the DECABB and a 2-way splitter if I would come down and get it. I now have the equipment but I'm not quite sure on hooking it up since no instructions were provided. I'm guessing the 2-way splitter takes the incoming satellite signal and splits it between the DVR and the DECABB converter, with the DECA being powered by the 12V power supply they gave me. Does the ethernet cable now have to be run from the DECA to the router? OR, Does the DECA need to be plugged into the DVR's ethernet port? I have attempted to hook it up both ways as described above but when I go through the set-up it still won't recognize my wireless network. I can see the green indicator lights are illuminated on the DECA (Power, NTWK, c.LINK) I'm using a Linksys Wireless-G router. In the set-up it asks you to select among "wired", "wireless", or "powered" configurations..But since I'm not clear on my setup configuration for the DECA I don't know which one to use. It doesn't seem like rocket science..I just want to be able to have Video On Demand. What am I doing wrong? EQUIPMENT LISTED BELOW: SWM Slimline Dish (Single-Wire) 21V Power inserter 1 x 8 splitter (only using 3 output ports right now) HR24-100 HD DVR H24-200 HD Receiver H21-100 HD Receiver (with DECA 1MR0-01 installed [color white]) Office gave me: DECA Broadband Adapter #DECABB1MR0-01 [color black], with 12V power supply and Zinwell 2-way Wide Band Splitter #MSPLIT2R1-03 Thanks for your help.