Yea, use the settings in the other post to hook up your old WRT54G as an access point only; which would then let the WRT60N do all the DHCP assigning...
All the WRT54G will do it jsut be a go between. Make sure you give it a different SSID then the WRT160N.
As far as too close, I don't know. Now if you don't have a WRT54G (wich I assume you do since you called it "an old WRT54G", then you might want to try an ethernet over power line adaptor then?
Thanks for responding to this and thanks for the link! Would the easiest fix be to install an old WRT54G as an access point and have the Roku connect to that. Would that cause my WRT160N any lag or interference? My wife works from home through telecons for business meetings a few days a week and that would be unacceptable.
Roku3 and Roku HD1000 [Rev B] on a Samsung HLP5674W DLP in the living room; a Roku2 and two Roku XS and a few SoundBridges.Win7; Kubuntu and XP via RT-N66U, E2000 and a switch or two. I own stock in Roku, it's just all in the form of hardware.Viva la Roku