I can't wrap my brain over something. Most google and router advices say to connect LAN port of router#2 to the LAN port of router#1 and in router #2 to disable DHCP server, and give router#2 an IP in the same subnet as router#1, common SSID, common security phrase. So I tried it. It worked for the internet access just fine. But it was an administrative mess. I could no longer get into the router#2 admin section to change its settings such as WiFi channel or power setting. Router#2 actually retained its old WAN side IP but it was a pain to get into it. I actually ended up reinstalling the original firmware to fix things. Is that the way it's supposed to be? If so, I don't like that sort of setup one little bit. Here's just one illustration of such setup, Linksys has similar information http://support.netgear.com/app/answ...-wgr614,-or-wgt624-routers-as-an-access-point Any comments? Suggestions?