I have a trend net wireless router and two repeaters, one is a Zoom 4400 AP+2 and the other is a Belkin F5D7132 Wireless-G Universal Range Extender. the wireless router is in the tasting room. I want the barn to be able to pick up the signal from the tasting room. I hooked up the Belkin and it worked out fine. However the studio is too far from the tasting room to pick up the wireless signal from the Trend Net router. However, it does pick up ther signal from the Belkin. I put all of the devices on the same subnet. The Zoom is also in repeater mode. the laptop in the studio picks up the signal from Zoom but it does not get DHCP and obviously it does not browse the Internet. However the Zoom does say it is connected to the Belkin and the Notebook says it has a good connect with the Zoom as long as I have a static. But it still cannot browse the Internet or ping the default gateway. do I need to have two Zoom repeaters or two Belkins to get this to work? Is there something I'm missing? I've attached a rudimentary sketch.