Hi Everyone, We just moved to another home and I have a bit of a dilemma..... The existing house has a "rats nest" of Cat5e cabling going to two Square D phone expansion hubs. It is a nightmare The phone company and I tested all the jacks and they all receive the telephone signals BUT what I would like to do is change several of them out so that they can utilize a wired network. The phone line comes into the panel in the mechanical room and sends it to the computer room. In the computer room the DSL goes into the M1000 DSL modem and then I have it running to a Linksys WRT45GS Wireless G broadband router. In this room there is a Phone jack that has two Cat5e jacks running to the wall. One is for the DSL/Phone line to the modem. The other is unused. What I would like to know is if I can use one of the ports from the back of the router and run a cable to the Cat5e jack that is unused. This would send the signal to the mechanical room. From there I would like to be able to distribute the internet to three other rooms. Is this possible? Here is a picture of the MESS in the utility room. I believe that I will need to get some sort of port or something to run the Cat5e to the rooms. Here is what I think may work.... http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R-100662465/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&keyword=cat5e%20port&storeId=10051 What I would like to do with this is be able to connect two rooms to the internet for my DirecTV DVRs and another room for the internet to the computer. Thanks for the help!