Depending on what wireless capable server you are using would depend on the size shelf or storage compartment you will need to house the H44, HR34, HR44, or HR54, and the video bridge. The Winegard Traveler for DirecTv is a SWM unit so you only need 1 coax from the dish to the splitter, power supply, or if the H44, or HR54 to the power port on those boxes. We have taken ceiling panels out where we do the external penetration in the roof and used fish rods to get where we need to go from there. Vent pipes are also a common way to get wire from the roof into the underbelly of a 5th wheel. As a certified installer of DBS equipment since DirecTv's and Dish Networks first years in the mid 90's, owning a few different RV's, and doing hundreds of installs in RV's, I've learned how RV manufactures do things and that has saved me a lot of time on figuring out how they ran the cable in a specific unit. I almost always have to redo all the connections on the coax, have to replace the "F-81" barrel connectors in penetration plates and wall plates to the higher frequency "F-81" connectors to eliminate network problems with the newer Dish and Directv boxes that operate at a higher frequency than the older technology. Good luck
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