Hello, I am trying to network the following: Billion myguard 7202G wireless router (4x LAN and phone line in) Samsung X20 running Windows XP Toshiba Portege with docking station running Windows 98SE Printer (old printer port thing, but still works, so I’d like to use it) can only connect to the Toshiba as Samsung doesn’t have that port. Scanner (USB) Huawei E220 wireless USB 3G modem and in the future, plan on adding an external HD and/or desktop PC. Maybe also new printer when the old one dies :blush: At the moment I have internet via the Huawei modem connected to the Samsung laptop. Previously I had internet via ADSL to the Billion wireless router. I have tried to connect the Samsung laptop (with internet) and Toshiba to the router via wireless and LAN without any joy. I don’t know if it is settings, physical connections or you just can’t do that. I’d like to keep the Toshiba running Windows 98SE as I still use some software that I haven’t been able to get to work on XP and the 3G modem will not work with this OS (one reason I’d like to network it). I can make a crossover cable to connect the two computers, but would like (even if just for the project appeal) to have a more permanent and expandable wireless network where the computers are free to move. Can USB hardware like HD’s and printers be connected to the router via an adaptor? Can the 3G USB modem be connected directly to the router? Basically, I just need the router to be a local network router now and not a “gateway” to the internet (if I got that terminology right J ) as I use the USB modem with a 3G wireless ISP. Has anyone else tried to do something like this? Thanks in advance and I hope I got the terminology somewhere close.