Just got a 2nd generation Time Capsule from someone who no longer needed it. Here was my initial setup: -I set up the Time Capsule to join my existing wireless network. This is because we have a printer to which we want to be able to print wirelessly, but the location of our printer is about 30 ft away from the nearest Ethernet jack in our home (and our current router does not have a USB port to plug the printer into so we have to use the Time Capsule for that). -Our router is an older Linksys and only supports up to 802.11g. When doing our first Time Machine backup on the Time Capsule, the speed of the backup was super slow (I've got 130GB on my MacBook, and only 30GB had been copied overnight as of this morning). What's more, it was difficult to use the Internet on my work Windows laptop while my MB was backing up. I cancelled the backup, set up the Time Capsule to plug right into the Ethernet jack, and the backup is going more like what I have read I should expect and using the Internet on another laptop at the same time works fine. My question: is there a way to set up my network so that our computers are connected wirelessly directly to the Time Capsule? In my initial setup, the connections seemed to go this way: Mac --> Linksys router --> DSL Modem |vTime Capsule But I'd like it to go this way: Mac --> Time Capsule --> Linksys router --> DSL Modem Is that possible? Will that affect my internet speed much? Do I need to tweak my Linksys settings in order to do that? Or should I just buy a 30ft Ethernet cable and connect the Time Capsule to the Linksys router via Ethernet?