I have a WAP54G v3 access point. When I run the setup software I get the message "The setup utility was unable to locate a Wireless-G Access Point on your network. Please make sure your AP is powered on and cables are properly connected." The AP is powered on and properly connected. I have a satellite USB modem hooked into a host computer with internet connection sharing. I have a cat-5 cable going from the host computer's NIC to a Linksys switch. Also hooked into the switch are my laptop and the WAP54G. I'm used to dealing with wireless routers, not AP's. Usually I would just plug in and dial into the IP of the router. But I don't see any other way of setting this thing up without using the setup wizard. I also reset the AP and typed in the default IP of 192.168.1.245 and the browser won't connect. Its as if the AP is not wired into the switch. But it is. Why would the setup software not see the AP?