I brought home a pair of Cisco 1130AG series Access Points from work because the office is getting new ones. I wanted to know if I could use one at home with my existing wireless router etc. I don't have a lot of knowledge on how to configure these devices and I haven't had too much luck finding the answers I need... Anyways, I have one of the AP's set upstairs with Ethernet running down to my wireless router downstairs. The router is a pretty basic Linksys WRT54G that I've had for awhile, and should be compatible with any AP correct? My problem (other than not fully understanding how the access points work) is the unit (access point) is detected by my wireless devices but they can't connect. It appears as "other network" in available connections alongside my home network (router). Are they supposed to be one in the same or different IP addresses? I downloaded and installed Cisco IP Setup Utility (IPSU) to try and configure the device but each time I try to put in the SSID I get an invalid error. What exactly is the SSID on the access point supposed to be? The same as my home network or router's SSID?