At the house, we have internet access through both dsl and cable. We've had dsl forever and when I started doing a lot more work out of the house, we added the cable so that my work wouldn't interfere with his gaming and surfing. All of our personal machines use the dsl while my work machine uses the cable, however, sometimes I would like to be able to access the 'personal - dsl' network from my work laptop. And herein lies my need for help.... as my current setup is kludgy and slow. We have 2 linksys routers, each serving as a gateway for the respective connection. The 'dsl' router is also wireless which is how I currently connect to that network from my work laptop and the speed sucks. I'd like to be able to connect via ethernet as upgrading to wireless G is not an option. Each router is currently passing out ips in a distinct range (192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x) and so I thought that a switch in the middle would take care of it .... it didn't. I couldn't connect from cable to dsl side or vice versa. Can I do this with standard home networking equipment? thanks in advance!