Ok, I'm having a hard time setting up a home network the way I need it to function. I have an existing wired LAN that has various routers etc all connected up to a Cable Modem. I also have a Linksys WRT54G v1.1 connected that works with just one notebook. So far so good. Now what I need to do is bridge from the WRT54G to a guest residence that has it's own internal LAN. I bought a Belkin F5D7130 "Wireless Range Extender/Access Point" device. There was a Belkin salesperson instore at CompUSA and after I told him what I needed to do with my existing hardware, he proclaimed this product would work. What a jerk. I won't be buying Belkin networking products ever again you moron. After being up till 3am I still couldn't get anything happening. Then I find out aout this Sveasoft firmware update for my Linksys WRT54G and I've been mucking about with it ever since. Anyway to get back on track this is what I need to do. Existing wired LAN > WRT54G >> ???? (The guest house) > Existing wired LAN Am I making any sense? or did I not get enough sleep last night I'm pretty sure by now I can't even with the firmware replacements get my Linksys WRT54G to communicate and bridge with the Belkin. Help !?