Hello all. I'm attempting to create 2 separate networks using 2 Linksys WRT54G routers, both using DD-WRT v23, and having a heck of a time with it. Let me explain why I want to do this. I want to set up one router as a hot-spot to provide unsecured wi-fi to anyone that pulls up and wants to use it at my mothers campground. Wireless and wired access to the Internet is all this router needs to be capable of providing. The second router on the other hand needs to provide wireless and wired access to the Internet, as well as file and printer sharing to only those on this particular network. If I lump the campers together with my mother and brother on 1 unsecured network I run into a few little issues. #1, I'd like my moms wifi to be secure since she's the one who lives there and will always have a laptop sitting around. #2 right now any campers can log into the unsecured wifi and attempt to browse file shares. While they can't actually access shared folders due to permissions, they can see the share names, and that's more than I'd like them to be able to see. It wouldn't be too big a deal except that I have a 17 year old brother there and I can't spend all my time keeping tabs on what sort of folders he's sharing so he can watch stuff on the laptop or htpc. It would be much better if I could just separate them all into 2 networks that share an Internet connection. Now, how do I go about doing this? I've been playing around with very little luck. the best I can get is a connection that works for about 5 seconds before dropping on the second router connected via WAN port to the main routers LAN port. The internet on the main router however is as speedy as ever with near instant reaction times. something is amiss, and I don't have a clue what it is. Can anyone maybe direct me to a guide or write up some quick instructions on the steps I need to take to get 2 separate networks to run through the same ADSL modem? If I can get the wired portion up and running the wireless part will be simple as pie so you can pretty much pretend wi-fi isn't even involved at this point. I'd really appreciate it and perhaps some other people stuck in my shoes might find some help as well. Thanks a lot guys.