Hey guys, I have a very complicated home network to setup, and nobody can seem to help me. I've tried calling all the companies mentioned, but they ALL tell me to call someone else, ugh. Okay, I had a network setup perfectly fine. I have ATT SBC Yahoo DSL, with a 2Wire Gateway modem/wireless router. It is not only a modem, it also has a single ethernet port and a wireless signal. This worked fine for me previously: I had my Macbook connected to the modem/router wirelessly, as well as my PSP, DS, and Wii. I had my Xbox 360 connected to the same modem/router via its single ethernet port. Worked great. That was until I got my PS3. I was originally gonna connect it wirelessly, but because of the shortages, I was only able to snag a core model, meaning no WiFi. The only way to set it up was to plug the PS3 in via ethernet, which meant unpluggling my X360. So, I got a Linksys router. I went ahead and picked up a wireless one, as I head off to college next year and might as well be prepared. However, I don't plan on using the wireless mode right now, unless I have to. I mainly purchased it so both my PS3 and X360 can be connected to my modem/router at the same time. Well, I now have it so my Macbook is connected wireless to the original 2Wire modem/router. I then have the Linksys plugged into that router, and the PS3 and 360 connected to the Linksys. The Xbox 360 and PS3 won't connect. My X360 under "Test Connection" finds and IP address, but fails at the "DNS" step. While the PS3 has less informative info, I can only assume the same holds true. The only way to edit the Linksys router's settings is by plugging an ethernet cable to my Macbook, and then typing in the 192.168.1.1 address. But then I'm pretty much disconnected from the internet, minus that particular site. What do I do? Thanks.