Maybe I'm misunderstanding the concept of the WPS54 here - I hope I'm not! - but I thought I could connect this thing to both my wired and wireless networks at the same time and have it accept print jobs from both. If that's the case, will someone tell me how to enable wireless, please? I have given it a static address on my home LAN (192.168.0.13). I was able to print a test page fine from my main (wired) machine. I can also print just fine from applications, as I could when I had the printer directly connected. I've been in the setup wizard off the CD, the Web-based setup, and the BiSetup program, and I keep trying to set my wireless connection up, to no avail. I'm using a WAP54G access point; I've tried disabling WEP, using 64bit WEP (my previous default) and now 128bit WEP, and it seems to have no effect on the outcome. I am using a non-default SSID (i.e. something other than linksys), and a non-standard channel (9). This works fine for any of the other wireless devices on my network (an HP laptop with built-in Broadcom card, etc). When I set up the print server in Infrastructure mode, with the right WEP key (or no key, when trying with WEP disabled), the WLAN light never lights up. The others go dark and then relight, after the server has rebooted itself, however. When I set up the print server in Ad Hoc mode, the WLAN light comes on immediately after the LAN light, during the print server's reboot cycle. Of course, since I am using an access point and not an ad hoc network, this doesn't help. I have confirmed this device has the latest firmware. I've even reflashed it with the latest just in case, to see if it needed a kick. No luck at all. Am I doing something wrong? Am I misunderstanding the abilities of this device? Any help will be greatly appreciated!