The Setup: Cable Modem to a wire only Cisco-Linksys Router. To the router is a wired hub and a wired wireless Belkin router (F5D6231-4). I set the Belkin router to wireless access point mode (so wireless computers can stay on the same subnet & see their wired counterparts). As far as I can see, I have no control over the way the Belkin configures the wireless network that was created. The Problem: I want to secure the network, at least make it so only certain MAC addresses can use the thing. If I set the router to be a router again it lets me configure the broadcasting/filtering/wep, etc... but the wireless computers don't see the wired ones, which defeats the purpose of the network. In access point mode, its wide open (though in the basement and doesn't get too far beyond the walls of the house). Anyone got any ideas?