At home we have two buildings - our house, and the Office/Garage. They're about 50 metres away. At the moment, we have wireless in the house, using a Linksys WAP54G. There is a Linksys WET11 (wireless bridge) in the office, and another WAP54G on a different channel to give wireless access in the office. This is far from ideal - I'd like the house to be linked to the office by CAT5. (Slight OT:As it happens, there is a lot of CAT5 running between the house and the office used for the phone system, and I'm sure there must be some spare... but I've no idea how I'd go about getting this looked into - any ideas?!) As the 11Mbps link has crummy signal strength and quality, we don't get a lot of throughput. Plus it means I can't implement WPA-Radius, because the WET11 doesn't support it. I was looking into HomePlug - the latest and greatest stuff offers 200Mbps, which must mean I'd get throughput similar to a 100Mbps CAT5 link. Is there anyway of finding whether it'd work between the buildings without having to buy it, be disappointed, then flog it? I don't *think* we're on separate meters, and it says it should work over 200metres. Thanks for any advice. I'd quite like to get this sorted, as the 11b wireless link is, to put it bluntly, crap.