I currently am using a Buffalo WHR-54GS as my access point + WDS and a Linksys WRT54GL as WDS remote access point. I have 3 wired devices hooked up to the WRT54GL, which is in the living room, and it's wireless mode is WDS only. I only need the WRT54GL to serve data to the wired devices in the living room. However, I am getting absolutely wretched speeds to the machines, what looks to be either 9mbps (usually) or 18mbps (if I'm lucky) [meaning transfer rates between 650k a sec to 1.5 megabyte a sec], based on transfer rates of large files from machine to machine, and running speedtest.net. The router in the living room is only one room away, between two walls and about maybe 30' in a straight line. I get a signal "quality" of around 38-45 in the Wireless Survey tool, with a RRSI usually around -60 dBm and the noise around -95 dBm. NOTHING I have done works. I have tried moving the routers around in the rooms and adjusting their antennae. I have changed wireless channels, adjusted transmission power of the Buffalo, turned on Speedboost/Afterburner on both routers, set it to G only, removed wireless security, etc. All advanced settings are currently at default, as far as I can tell, besides Afterburner, but that didn't do anything either. There is no QoS running or anything like that. The speedtests from my wired desktop in the office, which is connected to the Buffalo, are very speedy, in the 16-20/4 mbit range (down/up), so my incoming connection is just fine. Any advice?