I've been troubled by this connection issue for about a week now. I can't seem to figure out what to do from here so I thought I may throw this out to those who know a lot more then I. My internet comes in through a cable modem in a room away from my pc where it is routed with a linksys 802.11b wireless router. I can access the internet at this pc just fine through that. I recently bought a media player to display movies recorded on my hard drive on my tv. It is connected to a linksys wga54g adapter. I then have a linksys WRT54G router off of my pc for the gaming adapter to get the content to display. (I think it would look like this) Internet -> cable modem -> 802.11b router -> my pc -> WRT54G -> wga54g -> mediamvp This is where the issue starts. I've found that with both running normally I can watch the videos on the TV but can't access the internet from downstairs. However, if I disable my hardwired nic card, or just turn off tcp/ip on the wired connection to my WRT54G then I can get on the internet just fine, but then can't watch the videos. Is there a solution so that I can do both at the same time.? Thanks for any help all.