I have House A served by a DSL connection that I'd like to share with House B. I know I need some outside directional antennae to connect the two houses via WI-FI. House A with the DSL will have an wireless Access Point (Netgear WG602v2) with a directional antennae pointed at the House B. The House A Access Point will be connected to a router and the DSL moden via ethernet cable. No problems with this. I've done the same thing in other situations. House B will have a directional antenna to talk to the Access Point at House A, but I'm not sure what goes with the antenna. I want to be able to use my wireless laptop in House B to access the DSL in House A. What to I need in House B to make this happen? In House B do I need a wireless router (Linksys WRT54G) with 2 antennae with one antenna listening to the laptop signal inside the house and one antenna connected to the outdoor directional antenna pointed at House A's access point? I understand exactly what is needed at House A, but the wireless at House B has me baffled. I'm getting routers, access points, and bridges all confused. I help some help to sort this tangled wireless mess. Please, kind sirs, tell me what to do and what to buy for House B to have wireless access to my laptop and the access point at House A.