Folks, I would appreciate possible help with my project as illustrated in the attachment. I have 2 commercial blgs and a "home office" bldg (3 bldgs total), as described below: 1- BLDG A - Home office with internet access (Satellite) and WRT54G wireless router with optional, better antennas. This office has a desktop and a wirelessly connected laptop (in a Windows wireless network labeled "Office1". OS: Windows XP. 2- BLDG B - "Bed and Breakfast Inn" with current wireless access to the WRT54G router for Guests (service offered to Guests on a convenience/reasonable usage basis) 3- BLDG C - Retail Store with a Main Office Computer (Windows 2000 Pro) with its own wired LAN connection to several point of sale (POS) computers/workstations. All 3 buildings are located in a triangular pattern, about 150 ft from each other - clear line of sight. I'd like to: - Bridge or otherwise wirelessly link BLDGS A and C to allow the Internet connection in BLDG A to be available to BLDG C (BLDG C also does certain customer services over the internet - it only has a dialup connection for now - No DSL in our town!) - Possibly have Main Office Computer in BLDG C able to access Internet via BLDG A, while remaining in its own wired LAN with the POS computers - LAN labeled "Office1" - Is this possible? Can indeed Main Office Computer in BLDG C be "on two different networks" (note: the POS computers in a LAN with the Main Office Computer in BLDG C do not have to have access to the Internet. Would Main Office Computer in BLDG C have to have two NICs? - Anything else? - I so far understand that a pair of WAP54G could be set up as bridges between BLDGs A and C. I am confused about how to make Main Office Computer in BLDG connect to the Internet via Home Office Computer in BLDG A. Thanks for ANY, any help!