Apparently when the site was down for maintence some posts disappeared, including mine.. So I want to thank anyone who replied to my original post, even though I never saw the response. I'm going to repost my set up, and I'll add the actual configuration when I get home from work tonight. I am setting up a small 802.11g network at home. Primarily it will be used to remove a CAT5 I have strung across the living room, but it will also be used occasionally for a wireless laptop, so it is not a dedicated bridge. The first, and maybe only problem, is that the link light on the WAP54G is orange, everything I've read says it should be green, but I can't find anything that tells me what the orange light means, or how to correct it. Configuration. I have my cable modem connected to the "internet" port in my WTR54G. I have one CAT5 running to my PS2, and also one temporarily running to my XP machine so I have internet access while trying to sort out the wireless issues. On the other side of the room I have the WAP54G connected to a Network Everywhere NR041 router. This is just being used as a switch, with CAT5s connected to ports 1-4 with port 1 being set in the "normal" position, as uposed to "uplink" WTR54G 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 DHCP enabled Starting IP 192.168.1.100 Wireless Network mode: G-Only SSID: Kemp1 Wireless Channel: 9 SSID Broadcast: disabled WEP key 3 WAP54G 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0 Gateway 192.168.1.3 (this is the address of the NR041) Wireless Mode: G-only SSID: Kemp1 Wireless Chaneel: 9 SSID Broadcast: disabled WEP key 3 (the keys match, typed by hand NR041 192.168.1.3 255.255.255.0 DHCP disabled I beleve I have it set up correctly to act as only a switch. Like I said before when I get home I'll add the rest of the configuration information for the devices. Specifily what do you guys want to see? Thanks in advance for the help. SSDD edit: added more config info.