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Hard to say exactly how your wiring in the home is setup... but generally speaking...


A single node only drives one Hopper (as you know, since you picked up a duo node).

The duo node requires 3 inputs directly from the SATs OR from a switch (like a DPP-44 for example).

The duo node has 2 specific Hopper outputs. Each Hopper must be connected to one of those Hopper-specified outputs.

You can connect your Joeys to either of the two specific Joey ports... and of course the Joeys can be split, whereas the Hoppers cannot.

I hope that helps.
 

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No problem... you're welcome.

You don't technically have to have any Joeys... When you lease through Dish they probably try and force certain configurations... but I'm not aware of any technical requirements for any minimum number of Joeys. There is a maximum (I forget what that is right now) but no minimum.

Also, welcome to DBSTalk! (I forgot to say that in my earlier post)
 
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