Not sure if I've worded the title well or not, but it sums up what I want to do. In more detail... I currently have a cable modem attached to my Linksys WRT54GS v1.1 with Tomato 1.21 installed. Three computers are directly connected to the router's LAN ports, and a cable modem is attached to the WAN port (obviously). Nothing is connected to the router wirelessly, and wireless is turned off - unless I want to connect to a Wii, on the odd occasion. Now is it possible for my router to wirelessly pick up a connection, say from a computer with a wireless card, and use that in place of the WAN port? Ie: I completely unplug my cable modem from the router's WAN port, enable wireless on the router, and use the wireless computer to access the internet, through the router's wireless? So rather than get my internet connection from the WAN port, I get it wirelessly. If this is possible, how do I go about it exactly? The reason I ask, is I may be changing ISP soon, and want the option say to connect to a wireless router in a completely different location of the house, without running a wire to my router's WAN port. I fully realise it's a more complicated way of going about things, but I want to know if that option is open to me?