I have a router connecting my basement computer to the internet, but I also want to connect my PS2's (which is also in the basement) network adapter to the network through a wire (wireless access points for consoles are too expensive, and I don't know if the one I get now will work for PS3/Rev if the PS3/Rev's integrated WAP ever goes awry on me). Is there such thing as a splitter for ethernet connections, like how a coaxial cable splitter splits cable connections? I have 4 6-foot ethernet cables that I want to conjoin with 4 splitters or hubs if that's what I'd need (1 for the input connection from the ethernet cable coming from my router, the other 3 to connect the other ends of the 4 other ethernet cables). Would I be able to do this with such a splitter (or hub, you tell me, please)? The last question is can I do this [splitting] to ONE of the router's connections, and it'll still work? I don't have another ethernet cable long enough (100ft) to connect from just the router directly to the PS2. Please tell me where to buy these splitters/hubs if I can do this, or tell me where to get a well-priced 100ft ethernet cable if I won't be able to do this to one of my router's connections/clients. ALSO if I CAN do the hub/splitter option, tell me which would be cheaper: getting another 100ft cable, the splitters/hubs, or just a cheap WAP that would work well. BTW my router is the Linksys BEFW11S4 and it's wired+wireless, and just in case, the ethernet cable I'm talking about is the normal CAT5 non-crossover type. Thank you so much.