Hi! I have a problem, I'm gonna move to another room in my house, and I want to have the internet connection in my room, so I want to know if the next can be done. The problem: - Once I move, i'll have the cable modem and the ADSL router in a separate room. (Yes I have two separate broadband connections). The Target: - To pass that 2 connections to the other room, where there's a 10/100 Switch and have a proxy server with 3 NIC's be able to connect to the home lan, the ADSL router and the cable modem. The way to do it i have in mind: - In the room where the 2 modems are i'll put a hub to wich i'll connect the adsl router and the cable modem, then i'll plug another lan cable to the uplink port that will go to the switch in the room where my computers will be. Then in that room, besides the other computers that will be conected to the switch, the server will have 3 cables going to the switch. 1 NIC will have DHCP enabled for the cable modem, the 2nd one will have a static (10.0.0.x) ip address and a subnet mask (255.0.0.0) for the ADSL router, and the 3rd NIC will have a static ip (192.168.0.x) and subnet mask (255.255.255.0) to have access to the home network. The question: - ¿Will that work? I'd like to know if it's possible to do that before I go to buy the cables and the hub. Thans a lot!!!!