Hi all - I'm new to the forum and have what is probably a simple question, but I'm also new to networking and it's driving me crazy. I've been using my WAG54G connected to one PC (running XP SP1) with an ethernet cable for over a year and it has been the epitome of stability and reliability. I now want to move the WAG54G into another room and rely solely on the wireless function. I've got a Belkin 802.11g wireless desktop network card (model #F5D7000) which is installed on the PC. I enabled the WAG54G's wireless function and security in the 192.168.1.1 utility. I put typed in the key generated by the utility into the Belkin's setup page and it connects to the WAG54G with a full signal strength of 54 Mbps. At this point the WAG54G is still connected to the PC by the ethernet cable, and I still have net access. When I remove the ethernet cable I lose internet access for 30 secs or so and then internet access comes back - so now I'm connected to the WAG54G wirelessly and have a working net connection. This is good, it's all downhill from here. Of course, at this point the router is still next to my PC, so I have to unplug it and move it to its new home in the next room. I relocate it, plug it in and turn it back on and after a minute it connects to the internet, the PC finds the wireless signal and connects to the WAG54G. However, I can't access the internet from the PC, and nor can I access the 192.168.1.1 setup utility. What gives? Do I have to further configure the router? I presume my firewall is OK since I could access the net wirelessly before I moved the WAG54G to the other room. Any ideas greatly appreciated? (Apologies for the long post, but I didn't want to miss anything) Thanks in advance Simon BTW, I'm running SP1 because when I upgraded to SP2 all of my PVR software refused to work, so I'm sticking with SP1.