I have a normal setup - a wireless router in one part of the house connected to the DSL modem, etc. At the far end of the house the wireless signal is dismal, but I actually have an Ethernet cable running this length to allow one wired connection all the way back to the wireless router for a guaranteed good connection. I know it is possible to connect a 2nd wireless router to this cable in order to provide wireless connections in that part of the house, but I want this router to simply act as a bridge, not as a router. Is it is as simple as turning off DHCP on the 2nd router and putting the cable into one of the LAN ports instead of the WAN port? Or is this 'bridging' capability just a configuration option on the second router and still use the WAN port? I want computers on either router to be able to see each other as if they were all on a hub to share printers, etc. Thanks in advance. Simpler the better.