Due to the router log getting filled up with WLAN traffic from both Hoppers, I decided to ease the traffic by moving one of the Hoppers to a LAN port on the AP that is nearby. This nearby AP, which is fed from the primary router via Cat6 cable some distance away, is a secondary router that has been configured to work as an AP. This same AP currently and successfully supplies Internet access via LAN for the AVR and TV in the same area as the Hopper. The problem is, while the Hopper shows that it was assigned an IP, the Hopper does not see further down the chain to the router and ultimately to the Internet. While at the same time the router sees both the AP and the Hopper in the router's Attached Devices list. This results in the Hopper thinking it is not connected to the Internet and two red X's appear between the router and Internet icons in the Broadband settings. Because the Hopper can not see the router and the Internet, the Hopper then assigns a Google DNS on its own, but fails the Internet and Server Connection in the Network Details. The Network Connection says, "Internet Not Available". Which technically is not true since the router can see both the AP and the Hopper's IP addresses. I have rebooted the Hopper, I have pressed the "Reset Network" button in the Broadband settings and I have reset both the AP and the router all several times. Because the AVR and TV have no issues accessing the Internet, I believe the AP and the router are configured properly. This is further confirmed by successfully pinging the Hopper's IP address from the computer and at the same time watching the RX/TX packet count on the Hopper accelerate during the ping. In addition, I believe if the Hopper had a real Broadband configuration this would not be an issue. Has anyone successfully used an AP to connect their Hopper to the Internet?