Advertisements I would like to take my Series 2 standalone TiVo with me next time I go out in my RV for a long trip (I take my Dish Network satellite system from home). I need to provide for TiVo's guide updates, which I do via Ethernet at home. I expect to pay for WiFi access in most campgrounds. In most cases I will need to log on to the WiFi provider's access page before I can get onto the Internet, and TiVo can't do that so I'll have to use the laptop as an intermediary. Does anyone here know what I need to do to set up my Windows XP laptop, which has integrated a/b/g wireless plus USB and ethernet ports, to pass on the WiFi connection to my TiVo after I've logged on to the WiFi provider? I have an Ethernet adapter for the TiVo. I am aware of a Linksys device specifically designed to share wifi access, the WTR54GS ($80), but the reviews are not great and I wonder if there is a way to make my laptop the intermediary? Would something like this work? Thanks.