Hoping someone here can share with me their wealth of knowledge... Here's what I need to accomplish (this is for work rather than home, btw): Broadband Router Wired Switch 802.11n Wireless Increase 802.11n network coverage by way of adding...? Keep Wireless under a single network name (SSID) Non-Apple kit I'd like to pick up a Linksys WRT350N. This gives me the router, switch, and 802.11n which has most bases covered. Problem is I'd also like to be able to extend the range of my N Wi-Fi network if the WRT350N isn't enough (which it almost certainly won't be). Linksys do a WAP4400N, which is an 802.11n access point. An access point is fine since I can run a cable back from it to the switch over quite a distance. The only thing is I can't find anything anywhere on how I can get WDS (or something equivalent) to work so that my various 802.11n access points (say 1 at the router, plus an additional 2 access points) all act as 1 network under one name (SSID). Can anyone help? Am I going down the wrong path entirely? Thanks!