Hello, I am new to these forums, and I came seeking some assistance. I'm going to break down my problem the best I can, hopefully what I'm trying to do is possible. Edit: I decided that having separate networks is no longer nessesary. Goal: To bring a wireless connection from a lower level of my home to a higher level, there is an AT&T U-Verse Internet Modem there, and it's wireless range covers my entire house. The idea is to use that connection, and turn it into a Ethernet connection upstairs that can then be used by a desktop computer, some wireless devices (using the increased signal strength), and a printer (I have a Linksys print server to do so). Also, to complicate things further, I would like this wireless network to be under a different name. So say, the AT&T U-Verse network is network A, I want the upstairs network to be Network B, independent other than the fact it's connecting to the Internet through Network A. Equipment (this is what you have to work with): - 2X Linksys WRT54G Wireless Routers with latest factory firmware - 1X Linksys WAP54G Wireless Access Point with latest factory firmware - 1X Linksys PSUS4 Printserver with latest factory firmware - 1X 2WIRE AT&T U-Verse Wireless Modem and access to all its customizable settings So, can this be done with this equipment? Can this be done at all? If so, how may I do it? I'm not new to setting up and operating networks, but I'm no pro. I would like to stick with the factory firmware, but if absolutely nessesary, I am willing to go with 3rd party firmware. Thank you!