Hallo all, this is my first post on avforums. I hope I could get some advice. OK, let me explain what I am trying to achieve. My uncle’s house has 7 TV/projectors/Monitors at various locations of the house, each has ethernet sockets nearby. All 7 sockets have Cat6 ethernet cabling to a 24-port gigabit switch. He has at least 6 media sources (2 desktops, 2 satellite TV box, 1 Wii, 1 BlueRay), he wants to view any of the 6 sources at any of the 7 display terminals. I know there are many HDMI switches, but that will require him to do the HDMI cabling. I read some articles/devices about HDMI over IP, however, most of them capable of doing point-to-point or point-to-many video transmission, as described in page 2 in the following link. https://www.networktechinc.com/pdf/ip-hdmi-lc.pdf The link above does cover a many-to-many connection, but as you can see, the switch is controlled by a switch configuration console, which requires a laptop to "conveniently" operate with. I am wondering if there is any switch product that would come with a handy GUI interface console, ideally I could operate with a smartphone? Thus, I could switch between video sources of each display terminal with a smartphone app. Another question will be the Ethernet network in my uncle’s house was originally intended for internet, but given we use it for video/audio signal transmission, can we switch the internet at the same time? Or I have to do another Ethernet network, as well as a separate switch? Thanks in advance!