I just got a laptop, so obviously I want to have wireless internet all around the house. Our current internet setup in the house is all the computers have wired connections to a wired router, so it seems that I need to purchase a wireless router. Question: is it possible to simply plug the new wireless router into the wired router that we already have, thus enabling us to use the wired router for our desktops in the house, and the wireless router will provide my laptop wireless internet access? Are there any problems that would arise from doing this? One problem that I could forsee is opening ports from the wireless connection on my laptop. If I need to open a port, I suppose I would first have to open it on the wireless router from my laptop, and then I would need to go to one of the wired desktop computers to open the same port on the wired router. Am I correct in this analysis? I guess another option would be to purchase a wireless router that is also a wired router. I don't know if these exist though, hehe. Then we could simply replace our current wired router with a single new wired and wireless router. Which option is best?