I am wondering if it is possible to hook up 2 computers, with 2 separate cable modems, under the same broadband account. I already have broadband, and want to hook a second computer. I figured an easy way to do this, without running CAT 5 all over the place, and not hassling with wireless, is to buy a second modem, and call the cable company. I thought they would assign me a second IP address, I would pay an extra $5 a month, and be done. According to them, I would have to pay another full account for the second modem. They say if I want to use a second PC, I should buy a router, and that is when I would pay an extra $5 a month. I think this is ridiculous. If I bought a router, I would definitley not have to pay them extra per month. So...any ideas on how to utilize the second modem? I was under the impression that this is exactly how connection sharing would have been done a couple of years ago, before "home networking" became the rage. I would have gotten a second modem from the cable company, and paid the extra $5 for the second IP. I have to call back tomorrow when a "supervisor" is able to help me. I have a feeling that I will not get any better answer than what the "tech" gave me over the phone tonight. Anyone else's insight / experience with this matter would be appreciated.