Simple Router question .... Hi all, I searched the internet for some clues but couldn't find anything very precise. I have a wireless router/access point attached to a phone line and it works fine. It transmits the radio signal carrying internet to my laptop and all ok. I can access the web from the laptop. I can just plug in the power and phone line jack to the wireless router and it works perfectly even without the desktop PC. I also have a fixed DSL router attached to the desktop PC and can access the ADSL line through the fixed router, no problem. I would like to get rid of this fixed ADSL router and just use the wireless router for both. I would like to have the wireless router behave exactly as the fixed router, so when I turn on my desktop PC I can connect to the DSL line and at the same time the wireless signal is being transmitted, I can surf the web from the laptop. I read that this is something that is complex to do. I just want to get rid of the fixed router, plug in the wireless router in its place and just have one box for all my needs, both wireless and / or fixed DSL line for the desktop PC. Can it be done easily ? I read that the fixed router has DSL parameters that the wireless router may not have or that cannot be programmed, but if the wireless router attaches to the DSL line and connects to the internet, can't I just bypass any of the parameters from my desktop PC, can't they just be ignored since the wireless connects anyways ? Thanks for any help or clues!