Hey guys, here's the deal. I've got a wireless router that I can nail from my laptop no problem. I've got another wireless router that Im assuming I can nail from my laptop, but havent tried. For the purposes of discussion, Ill call then router 1 and router 2, with IPs 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 respectively. Here's what im shooting for: In room 1 I've got my modem running into my old router. From there I USED To have a PC coming out of that router. Wall->Modem->Router->PC + Wireless Okay, all was well and good. No problems there. Then I ran into the problem of needing to relocate the PC that WAS in that room to a different one. Due to the fact that Im running a Linux machine and REALLY didnt want to find everything I needed for a wireless NIC, I went with the semi-wired approach. I purchased another router, near identical, only newer, and have it hooked up to my Linux machine in the new room. Here's where it gets tricky: From the new router ( 2 ) I've got a wired connection running to the old router, due to the fact that they dont seem to want to communicate wirelessly. I changed the IP of ( 2 ) to .1.2, and left the old one at .1.1. I disabled DHCP on the new one, and Im still not managing to get any wireless connectivity between the two. So ultimately, here's the final equation: Wall->Modem->Router->Wireless->Router->PC Any suggestions? I'de appreciate any help, and thanks guys. Oh, and uh... Router model: WRT54G. Again, thanks.