Hi there, I've been having problems with my home network. Our current arrangement is to have a wireless 3com router downstairs (connected to ADSL), that leads upstairs by cable to a wireless Belkin cable router. From here it connects to the numerous systems upstairs, such as several Xbox 360's, computers etc. Problem is the Belkin router seems to have stopped working; it refuses to connect anymore and I can't access it through 192.168.1.1. It is around 6 years old I think. I was wondering what would be best to fix the situation. I recently heard about ethernet switches, would an 8-port one of these be a good solution? Also, the 3com router is really bad (at least the Belkin one was good while it worked) and needs resetting fairly regularly, and kicks lots of devices off after exactly 10 minutes for some odd reason, like the PS3, Wii, and DS. So a replacement downstairs router would be good. I wondered what you would recommend, for example this? http://www.ebuyer.com/product/52244 And as far as switches go, how about one like this? http://www.amazon.co_uk/dp/B000087H94/?tag=tec053-21 Thanks very much.