I have been using my trusty WRT54G v2 for a long while now, but the wireless reception downstairs at home is not super strong. Recently, i managed to find a 54GC for a very good price, and bought it, hoping that i could use it as a wireless access point downstairs, but i've been having problems configuring it. Here is how i have them hooked up.. <cable modem> | <WRT54G v2> -- > computers | <WRT54GC> --> computers On the 54G, the IP address is 192.168.1.1 (stock factory IP), and the DHCP on the 54G serves out 192.168.1.x addresses. The computers hooked up to the 54G works great On the 54GC, i set the IP address to 192.168.1.2, i have turned off DHCP, set advanced routing to "router", but computers connected to the 54GC can't get an IP. Note that i've been testing this on wired (ethernet) connections to remove any uncertanties with wireless. I expect to setup the wired piece of this before i go and deal with wireless roaming between these access points. Any ideas how i can get this to work? Oh, and yes, i could have bought a WAP54, but the price on the 54GC was really good. I just never expected it to be so difficult to set up. Thanks!