LAN at home. Need help please. Okay, so I was talking about getting a powerbook and all, it's done. I'm getting my 15" powerbook in about two weeks. Now, I have a problem. My network at home is like so: My hub is located in the garage in a cupboard thing where it basically has three plugs coming out of the wall that plug into the hub. The hub has an "uplink" socket which is where my adsl gateway router thing is pluged into. The wires from the wall then run inside the walls to my dad's study, and my study. My hub has five ports for computers, so two are not used, but my mom designed this whole in-wall network thing and she didn't make extra sockets. So this is how it would be like in a diagram: Diagram of masterazn's network at home So you get the idea anyway. So obviously it's not possible to rewire in the walls or anything. So my plan is to go wireless. Now, my garage is pretty far from my study. The study is on the second floor and the garage is on the first floor. I'm guessing there's about a 20-30meter distance through a set of concrete walls. Will a wireless router cover my entire house with decent signal? If so, how do I incorporate my wireless router without having to make all my computers go wireless (as in have my wired and wireless HUB together)? How will I put my powerbook into my windows network? Thanks all.