Hello, I currently have a Westell 6100 ADSL Modem that also functions as a router. I am attempting to set up my LinkSys WRT54G Wireless Router to distribute the DSL connection throughout my home. I am running into two problems with thisâ€¦ 1) Both devices are routers and so I cannot get Internet Connectivity to work through the WRT54G (neither wired or wireless) and 2) I will be setting up some port forwarding as well on the Westell 6100. So I essentially need to turn the WRT54G into a Switch/Wireless Access Point since double port forwarding is from what I hear impossible or very difficult. I will attempt to list all relevant information. If I leave anything out please let me know. ADSL Service Provider: Bellsouth Fast Access 6.0 ADSL Modem/Router Model: Westell 6100 ADSL Modem/Router Firmware: 03.06.02 ADSL Modem/Router Configuration: PPPoE / DHCP Server Enabled ADSL Modem/Router IP: 192.168.1.254 LinkSys Router Model: WRT54G LinkSys Router Firmware: 3.03.6 LinkSys Router Configuration: DHCP Server Disabled LinkSys Router IP: 192.168.1.1 Number of PC's Connected via Ethernet: 2 (Windows XP with SP2) Number of PC's Connected via Wireless: 1 (Windows XP with SP2) NOTE: Not that I think it matters but I will also be setting up a game system to this via wireless. I was assuming that the DHCP Server would need to be disabled on the WRT54G, but even with that completed I still receive no Internet Connectivity via Ethernet or Wireless from the WRT54G. I have also tried connecting the Westell 6100 Modem/Router into the WRT54G's Internet Port or standard Ethernet Port. I receive the same result both ways - no Internet Connectivity. If someone could please assist me with solving these two problems I would be very grateful. Thank You, Holliday P.S.: I apologize for my first post being a question but my roommates are trying to kill me because we have no Internet throughout the home. Well, except on one PC at a time.