Ahh, I don't know anything! And i'm realising that more and more as I fiddle around with my routers... Anyways, i'm trying to have two routers running off the same ''Internets''. I have a Linksys Wireless-G Router (2.4ghz) and a regular Ethernet Linksys Router. Here is what I would like: Have the wireless one (in the Family Room) being connected directly from the little cable box (it already was and works fine). But, now I have an 80foot Ethernet cord going straight to my room from one of the ports on my Wireless router. (And another port on my Wireless router is reserved for the computer in the family room). And here is what I did so far with that: I plugged in my 80foot ethernet cord into one of the ports (not the internet port, left that one empty) into my regular Ethernet Linksys Router. And then I have the computer in my room, my PS3 and 360 connected to that router with the 3 other available ports. It didnt work. SO, I took the router from my room and brought it into the Family Room and plugged it into the little Cable box directly and configured the Router (192.168.1.1) site. And turned off the Regular Ethernet Routers DHCP. Brought it back and it worked (sorta), well now it doesnt. SO Short-Version question: -What do I need to do in order to have my wireless router (fully function) connect to my ethernet router in the other room and have my ethernet router work as an access point for all my crap in my room?! Its drivin me nuts! Help! Thanks!