Hi, I have a number of HD DVRs of varying age (some black some silver front) and several SD DVRs in my home. They have been connected via 2nd Generation DECA devices and a Cinema Connection Kit. They all worked fine - I could view internet content, On Demand and enjoyed Whole House DVR features. Recently, I had arranged for Genie DVR to be installed in place of an older (silver) HD DVR - that I moved to replace (and return) an SD DVR prior to the installer arriving. The installer came and took the SD DVR and connected the Genie. He had some rearranging of feeds on the multiswitch toi allow them the be evenly loaded. Everything looked good. Next, he removed the DECA and suggested that we connect wirelessly. I had a dual band Cisco / LinkSys MIMO (2Ghz and 5GHz) "N" router set up on a static 192.168.1.200 address as an access point / switch in the same cabinet so I didn't think it would be a big deal. I did tell the tech to use the lesser used 5GHz SSID and I asked for the DECA back - which he gave me. Fast forward a few days to obtaining a GenieGo from DTV. I set this this up as per instructions (I have the single LED version) which had me removing the coax from the Genie and inserting it into the LNB port of the included "splitter" and connecting the short coax from the splitter to the GenieGo and the long cable between the remaining port of the splitter and the original coax input on the Genie DVR. I have powered up and let it "do its thing". A few bumps of losing signal / flashing lights and I could see the content in the applications on my Droid phone and PC. Next - getting the GenieGo to work "Out of House" (or similar). No go. It keeps asking me to be sure the GenieGo is on the same Wireless network as the Genie. Urghh. I have two SSID's from the wireless access point / switch in the cabinet - one for the 2GHz WiFi and the other for a 2GHz WiFi. The main router is also WiFi but is located at the other end of the house on a different floor (hence the reason for installing a 2nd wireless access point). It is a new Verizon FiOS Actiontec on 192.168.1.1 for my 75/75 service. The connection wizard of the GenieGo says that multiple routers can cause issues so I'm assuming that's my problem. The router that I suspect it is trying to open ports on is the gateway FiOS router which is a differnt SSID that it is connecting to from the Cisco / Linksys WiFi in the cabinet. Should I hardwire network accessibilty via the jack on the Genie via the DECA use another method to get a cat 5 cable to it? Or should I stay with wireless (which I'd rather not)? I know this is long winded - but I'd rather provide too much info than not enough. Thanks in advance!