In Brief. I have a wired/wireless network my home office on the second floor, and want to add a 4-port ethernet hub in the basement, one connection of which will go to my Series 2 TiVo. One of the access points with MP3 capability would be particularly cool. :rockon: In Detail. In the upstairs home office we have a cable modem feeding Internet to Linksys 54G, 4-port wireless router. The router then goes to a 16-port switch that connects the 4 computers (all running XP) and 2 printers in our home network. I would like to add internet connectivity to the basement for both a computer hook-up and for our Series 2 TiVo. Hard wiring is a distant option as it is physically possible, but will require more effort than I feel like providing. I was hoping to buy a wireless access point with 4-ports and put it in the basement, to connect to the 54G upstairs. The access point would then feed the TiVo, and computer(s) to be added later. I guess I have two main questions. 1. Can I connect a wireless access point to my existing 54G router/network? 2. If connected, will my Series 2 TiVo work with the wired ethernet? (Sidebar: I have looked all over the DC area and can't find a USB wireless adapter compatible with older TiVo technology and with all the version requirements, am hesitant to order one online). :wall: Any help or guidance you can offer will be greatly appreciated.