Hello, I am having a problem connecting my neighbors house to my wireless network. Here's my list of gear + setup: 1 WRT54G 2 WAP54G 1 USB 802.11g device 1 Linksys Cable Modem I have the cable modem in the basement along with the WRT54G connecting some servers wired to it and running WEP on Channel 6 (Linksys Firmware v 3.x.x) One the first floor, I have a WAP54G bridged to the WRT54G on Channel 6 hooked to a hub that has 2 computers, a printer and the second WAP54G. This works without any problem. The USB device runs on Channel 6 and can connect to the WRT54G no problem. The second WAP54G is running MUSTDIE_2.07_R1 at 40mW on Channel 11 (also tried 1) for my neighbor in AP mode. From my house and sometimes from his we can connect, get an IP Address and surf. However, this only works for a short period for him and he soon loses his connection even though the signal is at 40-50%. I've already tried a WRE54G which I think is a piece of junk (Creates a ton of unwanted network traffic (MAC REWRITE PACKETS) and for some reason as soon as I plug it in, kills my network. So that's out for now. My neighbor is about 150-200 feet away but all things constant still has a hard time getting consistent wireless access. Does anyone have a tip for how to get this to work? I'm willing to try other products, antenna's etc, to get this going.