A small business I'm working with has a LAN that serves about 25-30 PCs (including about 5 servers that are used both internally and externally). All of these machines connect into either a 24-port Intellinet switch or one of two Linksys EF4124's. The two EF4124's both uplink into the Intellinet box which then connects to ONE of the wired ports on a WRT54G. The other three wired ports on the WRT are not empty. The wireless features of the router (although active) are not being used. My questions are: why are the ntwk guys piping all of this activity through one port on the WRT? Wouldn't better performance be achieved by connecting the two EF4124s into router ports themselves? (Is the WRT54G even a wise choice in such a scenario?) Thanks for your advice.