I live in an appartment building on the 3rd floor. Recently i installed UTP and power cables to my basement, so that i have the possibility of setting up a home server down there. Unfortunately the cables end up in the hallway, and my router and switch is in my living room, with a very thick (35cm) wall in between. In order to avoid haveing to pull cables all over the place, I went through my "usefull stuff" box and found a couple of WAPs. a TEW410 from trendnet, and a d-link DWL-2000 + Both devices support bridging/Client mode, but apparently only using WEP. I use WPA2-PSK for my wireless network (main AP is a WRT54GC), and I'm not interested in using weaker algorithms. Does anyone have a suggestion as to which HW i could aquire to solve the problem without having to drill through all my walls? Would a WET54G do the trick?