I've got a WEP-password-secured, WiFi router plugged into my home DSL connection. About a dozen things in my house are connected to my WiFi network, including laptops, video games, iPod Touches, Netflix boxes, etc. All of them must use a password to connect to my network. If I were to take an old WiFi router and, via Ethernet cable, connect it to my current router, could that old router now be used as an "open" WiFi hot spot, one that could provide Internet access to guests without a password? If so, would my system be as safe from hacker attack as I am now with my WEP, or would I be opening up the front door? The reason I ask is that I use an iPod Touch, and find myself wondering why there are a zillion WiFi networks everywhere, but most of them are secure networks. It would seem, if there were an easy, secure way to provide open WiFi, it would be an attractive thing for a business to provide.