Hey everyone. When I lived in Virginia using Comcast cable internet I had no problem getting my WRT54G v 6.0 set up with our Dell desktop to send a wireless signal to my Macbook. We packed everything up, moved to Georgia, and switched internet providers. We're now with Mediacom, and I have no problem connecting to the internet with the PC tower directly through the modem. The problem occurs when I go through the set up process and get to the final stage. All of my lights on the router are flashing, but I get a message stating, "The router is unable to connect to the internet. Would you like to try again?" I can't get past this warning, and I can't get any connectivity even though Airport can detect a wireless signal from the router. Does anyone have any ideas what may be wrong or what I can do to straighten this out? I've already been working with the guys on the Linksys forums, and I was abandoned about a week ago over there. Finally, Mediacom offered over the phone when I set up installation to install a network for me for $50 or something like that. I turned it down, said I could do it myself, and then I was told if I messed up the software I'd be charged. Could it be possible that there is something blocking me from setting up a network?