I've totally given up on my WAG54G V1.2 and am unable to create a steady network in 802.11g mode. I must have used almost every version of the firmware there is. I reconnected my old ADSL modem soon after using this box because of all the connection drops. I'm really dissapointed in the product but not in Linksys so I bought a WRT54G and am very happy with it. Never had such a steady connection, I'm glad Linksys still makes/markets some good products. Anyway, enough about that. I'm not posting here to complain but to tell others what I did with the old WAG I now had left. I started to see if the PCMCIA card which Linksys used in this device can be used with a notebook or mini-itx MII board. Searching the FCC-ID (Q87-WET54GM2) I found out it used a Intersil chipset, searching other FCC-ID's like the one from SMC (tuxmobil.org/pcmcia_ci10482.html) revelad the same innards so it should work right? It did. The PCMCIA is a reference design(?) from Intersil and is based on the ISL3890 chipset. This card can be used with Windows XP and Linux. I have it working without problems on a VIA EPIA MII board with the SMC 2835W driver (v2) under Windows XP. Hope this helps someone.