Hi all, I have a complicated problem that I really can't wrap my head around. The issue is as follows: I have the following: 1.) Linksys router which can hold a connection without any problems 2.) A Belkin router which disconnects very frequently 3.) One cable modem What I need is an unsecured network and a secured network that will work together. I have the following set up: Cable Modem --> Linksys (WPA2 Secured) --> Belkin (unsecured) The only reason that I am still using the Belkin is there are connection issues with other computers in my household with the Linksys. (Other people can get onto the internet through the Belkin, but lose the connection if connected to the Linksys.) The reason that the Belkin is coming after the Linksys is that the Belkin disconnects very frequently, and the Linksys is the only one that can hold a stable connection. I want the Belkin to be unsecured, and I am enabling WPA2 on the Linksys. I understand that this is not the safest solution as I should probably connect a secured network to an unsecured network, not as I have done (connecting a unsecured to a secured.) Are there steps that I can take to make sure that the unsecured "sub-network" does not access my secured network? I am reading about setting up a DMZ, but I am not really sure how I should set one up or if it will be effective in what I am trying to achieve. Thanks in advance for any help on this matter.