Learned a valuable lesson last night. Bought a D-link wireless router a few months ago. Finally attempted to hook it up last night. I could only connect wireless devices to the internet. I unplugged the D-link, and accessed the Qwest/century link modem/router via 192.168.0.1 to access settings. Here's the main issue. Both the D-link and Qwest modem want to be accessed via the same IP address(192.168.0.1). Which is why I disconnected the D-link. So I could access the original router/modem. It says that: So essentially, by having it on, both routers were fighting for rights to assigning addresses to the multiple devices. Ok, I understand why only wireless devices were working(and only one I tested). But when I try again, I fear I'll lose the ability to connect to the modem via the 192.168.0.1 IP. Because they both utilize the same number! Would I be right in assuming, that disabling DHCP serving on the qwest modem, would give each router their own number? And how will I know which number for which device? Be gentle, I'm very green when it comes to Networking. I generally can figure stuff out, but this one has me a bit intimidated. I suppose "ipconfig" in a command window might yield my answers, eh?