I've looked around and there are several variations of what I'm trying to do on the forum, but can't find my exact scenario. Can someone let me know if this networking idea is sound and/or suggest how or where to find the solution? Hardware: DSL Modem Router A: ASUS RT-N16 (2.6 version: tomato-K26USB-1.28.9045MIPSR2-beta-vpn3.6) Router B: Linksys WRTSL54GS (2.4 version: tomato-NDUSB-1.28.8754-vpn3.6) Objective: Configure Router A with mostly typical wireless/lan configuration. Configure Router B as an isolated guest wireless/lan network (frankly, I'm only concerned with wireless at this time) that only has access to the internet and NO access to wireless/lan devices attached to Router A. Both wireless segments would obviously have unique SSID. What I think may make my configuration different is that I would like Router A connected to the DSL modem, then having Router B connected via ethernet from Router A's LAN port to Router B's WAN port. I realize that a smarter network design would normally be to have my internal network behind the second router but I would like to connect my internal devices to the better ASUS router and therefore only hopping through one router for my internal network instead of 2 and therefore avoiding remote questions from my wife if 1 of the 2 routers became unresponsive. Thanks in advance for your time.