1. Objective: Have Desktop function as a media server to the PS3 and WII, while maintaining internet access for both (now served by Aztech).
2. Problem: PS3 and WII are on a separate subnet than the desktop, their IP assigned by the Aztech router, the desktops assigned by the Linksys. The distance from the Linksys is too far for the PS3's internal wireless-G to pickup a signal.
3. Constraints: Wish to maintain wireless-N service from the Linksys for other computers in house. Cant re-route the embedded ethernet cable in the house.
4. Additional Info: Desktop can run either Windows Media Player or TVersity as a media server.
5. Optional Equipment: I also have a new D-Link 5-port Fast Ethernet Switch 10/100 Mbps, model DES-1005D.
(a) Can settings on the Aztech or Linksys be set to allow my objectives without wiring changes; if not
(b) would swapping the switch for the Aztech and using the Aztech near the PS3 work (if so what settings); or
(c) is there a Linksys wireless-N extender or access point which could be used in the corridor to extend the signal from the Linksys WRT610N to the PS3.