Hi, I am a novice at this, so please pardon my ignorance. Currently, I am using a Level One Wireless N router (Model: WBR-6001, H/W Ver: 1.0) with Comcast Cable ethernet (D-Link Cable modem; model: DCM-202). I am having signal and connectivity issues in one corner on the second floor of my house. I am little surprised as my house is not that large and I thought that since Wirless N router has more range than Wireless B routers, I should be ok. But I do infact have week signal in that one area of my house, where unfortunately one of my desktops is located and I don't have any way of moving the router up here or having a wired connection here). I have a linksys router (model: BEFW11S4, s/n: C2760D523401) lying around. I don't know the version no. as it has not been used for some time now. But I was wondering if I can use this to increase signal on the second floor of my house by introducing it as a wireless ethernet bridge. It may be that my linksys router may be too old and if it not possible to make it act as a Wireless Ethernet Bridge, can I switch routers (connect the linksys to the cable modem & try to use the Level 1 router as a wireless ethernet bridge? If not, which router should I buy which would work for my setup (I am presuming buying a router would be less expensive than buying an access point). Thank you. BJ.