The wired adapter is called a DECA BB adapter and Directv usually requires it be pro installed. The adapter is fed by a coax signal cable and powered by a AC power supply. At the router, a Ethernet jumper is used to connect the DECA-BB to the router. That connection provides a router connection to all of the HD receivers in a Whole Home system. Here are the parts you'd need.
1. A 2 way splitter to provide a coax signal source.
2. A DECA BB adapter.
3. A couple of coax jumpers.
Here are links to the needed items.
Thanks- the DECA in the link provided is the one I have, I have a splitter also, I have a couple 6 ft coax cable stored away I think. can you explain the connections i.e
coax to splitter, 1 coax to DECA other coax to DVR? 1 ethernet cable from DECA to DVR? 1 ethernet from router to DECA
I also see a white box directv put between the coax going into it and coax coming out of hite box to DVR that has to do with whole home service I think, do I just leave that there?
I forgot to mention this, I have my wireless connection kit wired via ethernet out of connection kit to my router since I was have wireless connection problems and it does work, DVR sees it as a wired connection with good speed
you think I will see download speed improve if I go DECA instead of wireless kit?
alot of questions.... thanks again DCD