Hi guys Due to the layout of my house, the wireless router supplied by my ISP is in one end of the house, and the living room and kitchen is in the other. This results in a load of problems with the reception in the end of the house where we spend most of our time. There is an ethernet connection in the kitchen and I have a DLink DIR-655 spare from a friend of mine. Whenever I try to extend my network using the DLink the reception drops in the entire house and my tablets 2x Motorola Xoom and the assorted smartphones in the house have a hard time connecting to the wireless network at all! I followed an online guide and set it up so the DLink router has DHCP turned off, its SSID and password is set to the same as the router supplied from my ISP and I have of course connected it to the ethernet cable in the kitchen. I have made sure to run them on different channels, as there would otherwise be interference? Can you guys spot what I have done wrong here?