Hi, My computer network knowledge is pretty slim, so I'm hoping someone can suggest an easy fix that I can understand. We have a small network using Novell Netware, and XP pro on the worksations. Our dsl internet connection is shared by a couple of stand-alone machines that are not on the network, using a Linksys WRT54GL router. We added internet to one of the networked machines via a linksys WUSB54G usb wireless adapter. It's been working pretty well for a couple years, occassionally buggy, but a quick click on the netset client would bring it right back up. A week or two ago, we could not get the usb machine on the internet. It will connect with the router and ipconfig shows both ip's, but no internet. I tried all the suggested fixes from Linksys and forums like this one, resets, firmware upgrade, system restore, security on/off, even buying a new adapter and router! Still no go...... Internet works fine on the cabled machines that are not on the network, and on my laptop through it's wireless card. If I unplug the ethernet cable on the machine in question and reboot it, it goes on the internet though the USB adapter fine. And once, for no ryme or reason, the internet did come up while both were plugged in. I can't use the netset anymore, because I upgraded the firmware on the router and it doesn't work with it apparently...... Obviously this is a conflict between the ethernet and wireless adapters. The ip numbers are completely different, but the subnets are the same... 255 something....not looking at the machine right now. Linksys support told me that what we're trying to do isn't possible..... What's weird is that this worked for a couple of years. Anybody got an easy fix for this one?