Hi, I have had a NetGear wired router for a while, but I got a good deal for a LinkSys wireless router and a noname USB wireless card for my laptop (the only PC with wireless). I have the laptop and the wireless router working together. My question is: Can I set the Linksys Router in a way that will not only let internet through to the laptop but also keep the laptop via wireless on the same IP range as my other PCs on the old router, thus allowing the LAN to keep working? My LAN is on 192.168.0.1 (old router) and higher. The old router uses DHCP to get the WAN IP from the cable modem. I tried setting wireless to 192.168.1.1 and higher but then the laptop can only get internet, no LAN connection. I tried setting wireless to 192.168.0.100 with DHCP to start at .101 (old router goes up to 100) which also didn't work. I guess I can't have two DHCP devices... Ideally, I want the wireless router to work like a hub for now. Sooner or later I might replace the old router with the new one, but not yet. I'm sure it can be done, but I can't figure out how. Or is there a way to get from a .0.1 network into a .1.1? Thanks in advance for your advice!