So my Maestro is hard-wired to a 5 port switch; the same 5 port switch that the 6500 plugs into. All software installed is version 2.0.19. Since it is hard-wired, upon booting, when I get to the network screen on the Maestro, I select the hard-wire icon (instead of wifi) and it says connected. Then I go through the rest of the prompts (software version), and connect to the radio. That's where things get strange. It shows the signal strength bars and they are either yellow or red. Only once in a while they are all green. Anyway, usually about 10 minutes after I make the connection and am on the air, the screen freezes, and then seconds later I get the message that the radio is disconnected. At first I thought it was just a fluke, but it happens all the time now, and it is always after about 10 minutes of being connected. So my first question is since it is a hard wired connection, shouldn't I see all green signal bars? Or maybe should I not see any signal bars because it is hardwired? Should I only see the hard-wired icon the way you do on a computer when it is hard wired directly to the router or switch? The reason I hard-wired it to begin with is because the wifi signal in my shack isn't that strong, and it is as if the Maestro (once it gets to the radio screen) defaults back to wifi. It's making me crazy. Any help with this would be appreciated.