Our cable/internet access is on the far side of the house from my office, where I have a varying population of computers hooked to an EZXS55W switch. The switch is hooked to a port on the back of a WRT54G router by a 100 foot piece of Cat 6 cable draped from one side of the house to the other. Needless to say I and my wife would like to see the Cat 6 gone from the living room floor, so I got a WET54G bridge to eliminate the cable. I need to know how to hook it up. Here is what I tried: * With the switch still hooked by cable to the WRT54G, I plugged the WET54G's RJ-45 cable into an open port on the switch. * Setup step 1 C, I used the II position on the X-II switch. * I tried to select Infrastructure mode, and to set the password and SSID and other settings to match the router settings already made. THIS WAS VERY DIFFICULT FOR TWO REASONS: THE INSTALL SOFTWARE WAS A VERY LOW CONTRAST WHITE ON PALE LIME GREEN (trendy, but DUMB), and THE EDIT FIELDS WERE OFFSET FROM THE REST OF THE SCREEN. Previous Linksys software (the router and cable modem, a WPC54 adapter, etc.) did not have this problem. After setting up the bridge, I powered off, disconnected the cable from the EZXS55W, and ran the WET54G cable to the EZXS55W's upload port (where the long cable from across the house had been). No joy. Where did I go wrong (other than not waiting for the Coming Real Soon Now 5 port version of the WET54G bridge that I just saw on the Linksys site).