I have got my house rewired for a home network. The equipment is as listed below: 1) WAG54Gv2 2) SD-208 - Linksys 8 port switch 3) D-Lnk Cat 6 cabling with Krone Terminators/Jacks 4) 1 Desktop, 2 Laptops, 1 Rio Receiver, 1 HP Media Player, 1 D-Link Media Player I have the WAG54G set up in a central place in the house to enable good wireless signal availability throughout the house. I have the output from the WAG54G being given to two network cables, through patch cords. The output of these network cables are in another room, and are given as inputs to the SD-208 switches, once again using patch cables. From the same board I have cables running to different rooms in the house. Each of the starting points is connected to the switch with a patch cord. And in the respective rooms I am finally connecting the device to the network with a patch cord. Once I wire all the components in I am not able to get the wired netwrok to work, my desktop pc even fails to get an IP address on the network, says limited or no connectivity. If i connect all things directly they work flawlessly. Even the media players to their server software on the desktop. Needless to say wireless is always working flawlessly. Did I go wrong in my set up? Or could it just be a bad crimping job? Or is the wire bad? I have a network cabel tester, the one that does the 8 light dance, do I need to do any moe tests? Appreaciate all the help and advice i can get, it has been three weeks since I have been breaking my head over this.