Recently, I applied for Globe Broadband and it got installed a day after. I got no problem with its connection speed. However, I'm using my wireless router. The way they set it up, it looks like they configured my router to serve as a switch. These are the steps they did: 1. Change the IP address of the router to 192.168.1.2 to avoid conflict with the H5200. 2. They input the username/password to the Prolink H5200 for the connection. 3. They connected the Lan Cable from the only port in the Prolink H5200 to one of the lan ports in my LinkSys WRH54G (not on its Internet/WAN port). 4. Then before I can get to connect to the internet, they configured my laptop: IP address: 192.168.1.3 Subnet: 255.255.255.0 Default gateway: 192.168.1.1 (which is the Prolink H5200) Preferred DNS Server: 192.168.1.1 (which is the Prolink H5200) 5. I can surf all I want now. But based on my experience, this will just make the LinkSys WRH54G a switch. I tried configuring it to make it into a router by making the Prolink H5200 into a bridge and the LinkSys WRH54G into a router. I followed these steps: --------------------------------------- Start with your H5200: 1. Connect the H5200 to your computer using the ethernet cable. 2. Open your web browser and type in http://192.168.1.1 to configure your H5200. 3. Go to WAN settings and add BRIDGE mode. **If your modem was installed by Globe, delete that PPPOE setup they made with the username and all -- this makes the modem automatically login to Globe.** Save settings. ------------- * Bridge Mode: VPI: 0 VCI: 35 Encap: LLC Admin: Enable Channel Mode: 1483 Bridged ------------- 4. Disable DHCP. Save settings. For the Linksys: 1. Disconnect your computer from the H5200. 2. Connect to the Linksys wifi. 3. Open your web browser and type in http://192.168.1.1 4. Change the router IP address to 192.168.2.1. Save your settings. 5. Choose PPPOE mode and fill in username and password supplied by your internet provider. 6. Enable DHCP. Save all your settings. For Pairing: 1. Shut down your modem, router and computer. For the modem and router, unplug them for about 10 seconds. 2. Connect your DSL line (phone line) to your H5200. 3. Connect the H5200 to your Linksys router internet port using the ethernet cable. 4. Turn on the modem, router and computer. 5. Wait for the modem's 4 lights to turn on, especially the "Internet" light. You should be able to surf using wifi. --------------------------------------- However, I cant connect to the internet. When I go to 192.168.2.1 (which is the Linksys), then go to status, it cant connect. an error shows - Cannot connect to the PPoE server. Now I just changed back all of the configurations to the previous one (the setup Globe made). Can anyone help me on how to do this perfectly? Or it isnt really necessary? At home, I have 2 siblings which uses the same internet. If im right, if we surf at the same time using the configurations now (Globe's way), we will be sharing all the 1mbps speed. The way I see it, if my Linksys WRH54G acts as a router, we will all have the same speed. if it acts like a switch (the configuration now), we will share the speed thus making it slower on each of us. Or I am totally wrong on these topic? Shed me some light on this matter.. Thanks!