I have a 2wire SBC wireless cable modem that I'd like to serve as my private wired network. What I want to do is use that internet connection to power a completely separate wireless public network (that uses a Belkin Pre-N Wireless Router) The setup: I have the DSL line connected to the WAN port on the SBC modem/router. I then connected a CAT5 from a numbered port on the SBC modem to the WAN/numbered port (I've tried both configurations) on the Belkin Pre-N router. I've tried to make the Belkin router an access point, but was then told that the particular method was only used when expanding a single network. Would I have to configure router one and router two in a specific way to get this up and running? Well, when a computer is hardwired to the Belkin router the internet works flawlessly. The wireless network (configured on the belkin router) shows up whenever it feels like and when it does, nothing can connect to it. I have also turned wireless capability on the SBC router on and off. I KNOW I'm doing some wrong here but am completely oblivious as to what additional steps need to be taken. ANY advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.