Ok here is my situation. I have two HR21-100 boxes that I wanted to connect so I could use the on demand and the whole home DVR. (This was several months ago). So I bought a few powerline adaptors plugged them in and bang, everything worked no problem! Few months down the road one of my boxes stops having network access. So after a process of elimination, I track the problem down to a bad powerline adaptor. I was shocked to see how expensive the powerline adaptors were. But I remembered I had an extra Linksys WRT 54GL laying around. So I flashed it and made a bridge out of it and after a little fooling around got it to work. Both boxes on the net and whole home working ok. Next morning I am watching a program via whole home DVR (on the box that is connected via powerline) and I get a message that says my other box (the one connected wirelessly) has left the network. I go upstairs and reset the box and bridge upstairs and sure enough everything up there works. BUT now my downstairs box will not connect to the internet even after a reset. Also it says it is connected to the network, but I can not view the playlist from the other box, so it seems it is not actually on the network. What gives? Can anyone help me out? Do me a favor and explain in idiot terminology, I don't know much about networking or anything like that. The work was done by a friend of mine who is an it guy, but he is away for the week. Thanks in advance! Chris By the way here is the numbers from the box that works: 10 0 0 4 255 255 255 0 10 0 0 1 10 0 0 1 What should I punch in for the box that does not have net access?