I've been fighting with a wireless problem for the last two months simply trying to extend the range of my current wirless network that I'm hoping someone could help me with. I have a WRT54GX2 wireless router at Location 1, and am trying to get the same signal to another house at Location 2. As long as you are in one particular room at Location 2 that is within line of site of location 1, you can pick up a useable connection. But if you try to move anywhere else at location 2, the signal is lost. What I would like is to have some kind of wireless device at location 2 to boost the signal throughout that house. There is no ethernet cabling that can be done at location 2, so absolutely everything there needs to be wireless. I've been given conflicting information from Linksys about the compatability of the WTR54GX2 router and other wireless devices such as bridges and other access points. I've tried using a dedicated Linksys repeater which didn't seem to do any good. I also just bought a WAP54G to use as a repeater, but according to Linksys, it cannot communicate with my WRT54GX2. Basically, I need to keep my WRT54GX2 at location 1 because it at least gets the signal to location 2. I cannot have ethernet cabling at location 2 and really have to avoid external antennas. Does anyone have a suggestion or a reliable method of getting this to work? I don't mind spending an additional $200 or so, as long as I know it will work. Thanks!