Howdy, As part of the winter solstice celebrations, I received a wireless (802.11b) router and so am in the process of upgrading my home network. One segment of my network is several computers connected to a hub, with the hub wired to a router. My question is, can I replace that wired router-to-hub connection with wireless? (As opposed to adding wireless adapters to each individual computer.) (Yes, I do know there are performance considerations as to why I might not want to do this.) I think what I need is a wireless bridge, such as the linksys WET11 or netgear ME101, which will plug into the hub. However, all I can find is the bridge works with "any ethernet-enabled device" and similarly vague language. All the examples or diagrams show the bridge connected to a terminal device such as a computer or game console. Can anyone confirm I can attach a regular old wired hub to a wireless gateway to connect to a wireless router? If it matters, this is a private network with DHCP behind a firewall and NAT. TIA, Sean G.