I have a problem saving files over a wireless 802.11g connection from a laptop **to** a WRT54GS router that is then connected via 2 hubs to a NSLU2. I am running XP on all machines. The full config is Dell Inspiron (WLAN) -> Linksys WRT54GS -> Netgear EN104 10Base-T (LAN) -> Netgear EN108 10Base-T (LAN) -> Linksys NSLU2. I get the infamous 'Cannot copy xxx: path is too deep' error (which is NOT really due to the path being too deep). I **can** copy from other machines on the wired part of the network to the slug, and I can also copy **from** the slug to the laptop. I can also copy from the laptop to another machine directly connected to the WRT54GS. All machines can ping each other and are on the same workgroup/domain and all can see the internet fine. Removing the XP firewall on the laptop has no benefit. Note the LAN uses 10Base-T & I have forced any ethernet cards on the wired machines to work at 10Mbps half duplex (since full duplex caused problems). The WRT54GS and the NSLU2 are both supposed to autonegotiate. I can't set their speed manually. Any help very gratefully received.