Research suggested that Linksys WRT54G (I got v 3.1), with a Tomato firmware upgrade, would let me extend my wireless network. It seemed to be on track, but when I saved the WDS settings from here on the Linksys Tomato admin: http://www.polarcloud.com/tomatofaq#how_do_i_use_wds, the Linksys was immediately unavailable. Now I can't access the thing at all, wired, or wirelessly. So, any thoughts on how to resolve? I think it's because the instructions say to disable DHCP on Linksys, but for whatever reason it's not connecting with the existing network. Ideally, what I'm trying to run is: Modem: Dlink DVA G3810B (receives incoming DSL), wireless is disabled Router (main): Time Capsule Wireless n Devices: iMac wired, couple of macbooks wireless, apple TV wireless, iphones, Wii Desired addition: Tomato'd Linksys WRT54G to use as wireless WDS access point, extender/expander (and as access point to plug my xbox into in a different room) Notes: I previously switched the TC from "share a public IP" to Bridge mode when I was setting up SFTP and VNC remote access to the iMac (specifically, i used to use mobileme BTMM but when we moved and got the new Dlink DSL+IPTV modem to replace a previous Dlink DSL modem, BTMM no longer worked). TC is now in wireless mode "participate in a WDS network" but shows error that there are no other WDS devices on the network, despite having affected the Linksys per the instructions on polarcloud. Even more ideally, I'd end up with a system whereby the iMac could be accessed via direct external IP (for BTMM instead of VNC and SFTP), but that's secondary concern. I'd rather figure out how to connect to the Linksys in the current setup and get the WDS working! Appreciate any thoughts anyone has.