Hi! I’ve had a setup with an HR 54 downstairs & an HR 24 upstairs. The HR 54 server is connected to the home network via wi-fi from the upstairs router. Although the HR 24 is/can be accessed via ‘Whole Home ‘ (& vice-versa), I no longer want to use it for anything other than “storage” for periodic recording/playback. Instead I want to use the RVU capable tv next to it as my primary interface (without a new physical Genie client, preferably). As an experiment, I used the still connected/“other”/redundant coax line from the old LNB splitter in the garage below to hook up to the RVU tv, along with a direct ethernet connection to said tv (while leaving the HR 24 connected with the other - in the hopes of switching back & forth between the two). The tv recognizes the HR 54 as being a server on the network & goes to the screen where it asks for the PIN being supplied by the HR 54. I add this connection as a client with the PIN supplied & then the RVU tv asks to create a new location. The setup quickly ends with a screen titled ‘Network Health Test’, where it lists an error (diag code 54-829) of “home network interference problem” (detailing that ot can’t “test” & suggests “restarting the server” - which leads to nothing). Instead of choosing “test again”, I opt to “continue”. This leads to a message telling me that I have “reached the max # of locations for my account” & must call customer service to do so. Finally, it lists the attempted new location details of my tv & its MAC adress. I’m trying to avoid a truck roll &, obviously, any more/minimal new fees to the account. I came very late to the Genie era (the downstairs had its own HR 24 less than a year ago) however &, despite much research, am not sure of exactly how to proceed. My best guesses thus far are to buy a BB DECA adapter, integrating it into my setup in some form, & then calling Directv to “activate” it from their end. Or, even better, calling to eliminate the two current physical access card receiver locations from the account & adding the RVU tv as a client (either way, I’m suspecting the tv will either have to be paid for & added as a 3rd/“new location” &/or I will have to pay some sort of monthly RVU access fee. I’m not sure how much either/both would cost. Anyway, thanks for reading, & I hope to/will very much welcome receipt of any/all helpful input and suggestions as far as to what my options are. Thanks again!