WAN & Ingress should not be the same, they should be different in that screen. One is total streams, the other is number you can watch. For example, for my Streams, it is: 0 SD/4 HD (WAN); 1 SD/3 HD (Ingress). Egress Profile: 0 SD/3 HD). The massive numbers could be due to booting up the new one, and it getting synced with the VRad and ATM. I would do a reset of the log, let it run for 24 hours, check it, then check it again in 7 days to see what it is throwing for errors.
Keep a screen shot on your computer, so you have something to compare with. I am at around 1900 feet from my VRAD, and mine has been up for 8 days, 14 hours, due to we had to put in the other switch. I rarely see a high number of errors like you are seeing on an initial boot after 2 hours, so it could be what I mentioned above, since they happened during the boot up process of the RG.
Now what I ended up doing, since my RG is right next to the RJ-11 jack, is just took a two foot section of Cat-5e, and make a shorter cord to connect the RG to the incoming data port. This is my current setup. Still have to finish dressing up the white jumpers, which are for the DVR, and two Set top boxes from that switch, along with the Red jumpers for other data equipment. Just have not, due to waiting to see if any problems would jump up, but also waiting on another device, that I have to hook up to that Trendnet switch, sitting on top of the Netgear. On top is the Cirago NUS2000+, for the Toshiba Canvio 1TB sitting on top of the Lenovo ix2-4, between the RG & Switches. Below is this APC UPS http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=7660256Edited by gregzoll - 8/7/13 at 6:08am