Actually, it's not so much a problem as in there's just no connection between the two. :cry: I have a D-Link non-wireless four-port router at 192.168.0.1, and one WAP54G at 192.168.0.245. Everything works fine, and has for close to a year. Now, I have a second WAP54G access point. To set it up for repeating the first WAP54G, I hook it to a second port of the D-link router, run the CD-setup program, and give it an IP of 192.168.0.246 (one number away from the first WAP54G). The SSID and channels are set the same as the first WAP54G. I also give each one a unique AP device name (linus and lucy). I then use IE 6 to go into the Web-based setup program for the second WAP54G -- lucy -- at 192.168.0.246 to set it up as the repeater for the first WAP54G (linus). I type in the MAC of the first WAP54G in the Wireless Repeater setup box. Then, I save everything, pull the Ethernet connection from the second WAP54G, and it doesn't link to anything. I get a red power and green activity light, but no orange link light. I can find the second WAP54G broadcasting a signal, but a connection doesn't result in anything transmitted to the first AP and subsequently through the Net. I'm a newbie at this, so maybe I've gotten this completely backward. I'm assuming that the AP that stays with the Ethernet-cable connection to the router is the AP, and the sateillite AP is the repeater. (I know it's dumb, but I have to ask to eliminate it as a problem.) After that, I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Both APs are on 2.07 Linksys firmware, BTW. Any help?