Hi there, I'm new user for this forum. Just registered and I'm pleased with the information I got so far. Thank you everyone. I browsed around but still cannot find a clear answer. Maybe the posts I went through are not the correct ones, maybe I cannot find the correct ones... anyway. I'm getting Internet from my friend via wireless. He's using Netgear WGT624 v3, I'm using two Linksys, one WRT54Gv1.1 and WRT54Gv4. My WRT54Gv1.1 is setup in Wireless Ethernet Bridge but with that configuration I could connect only with a cable to the built-in switch if I'd like to have Internet. So I connected another WRT54Gv4 via its WAN port to one of the LAN ports of the WRT54Gv1.1 and everything works great. I'm attaching schema to show what exactly I'm doing today. I tried both "wireless client" and "wireless ethernet bridge". No big difference except the fact when is just a client it acts as a router and in "wireless ethernet bridge" mode it acts on as a bridge. In "wireless ethernet bridge" mode one hope less, faster connection but I'm unable to touch my own router to see the level of the wifi signal. My question: Can I eliminate one of my Linksys routers I have and have one of the routers to be wireless client and wireless access point at the same time so I'll be able to browse Internet? I "yes", how? Thank you in advance.