Iâ€™m hoping someone can help me here. Please excuse my ignorance if Iâ€™m missing some info or get a few things wrong, Iâ€™m not at all technical, like I'm not sure that the "access point" reference in this thread title is even the correct terminology. The situation is thisâ€¦ Iâ€™m running XP Pro on my main computer, I have SBCGlobal DSL PPoE with a Speedstream DSL modem. That modem is wired into a Buffalo Tech WBR2-G54 AirStation broadband router. My wife has a laptop in her office with a WiFi card, the entire system seems to work fine, itâ€™s secured with tkip. Sometimes her laptop is left at her workplace and not in our home. My wife needs her own phone line, so I bought a Uniden phone with built in Packet8 VOIP and router. For the Uniden to work it needs to be plugged into the DSL router, or it needs to be plugged into a existing port on a router hooked to the DSL modem. BTW currently I have the Uniden wired into the BuffTech router, and it also works real well. Her office canâ€™t have any new wiring (lease rules) so I need to find a wireless way to get our network signal to the Uniden phone in the office. After speaking with the "expert" at Circuit City I purchased a Linksys WRT54G, V3, in hopes that it could do the trick. After some reading and failed attempts I finally successfully flashed it with Hyperwrt_GS_Thibor-201206.bin. But at this point Iâ€™ve hit my skill wall and canâ€™t seem to figure out what to do next. Will the gear I bought be able to do the trick? If so, what steps do I take next to finish this job? (If not, thankfully I still have the return receipt!) Please answer me like Iâ€™m the slow kid in the class, because sadly, I am. Thanks for your help!