I am trying to do a 3 router setup with WDS with the following Hardware/firmware: 1 Netgear WNR3500L with Toastman v1.28.7498 MIPSR2-Toastman-VLAN-RT K26 USB VPN-NOCAT 2 Belkin F7D4302 with Toastman v1.28.0498 MIPSR2-Toastman-VLAN-RT-N K26 USB VPN-NOCAT The idea is to use WNR3500L as main router and the 2 Belkin as WDS extensions to my network to cover all of my house with a decent 2,4GHz signal. It WORKS perfect with the WNR3500L and ONE Belkin but when I add the second Belkin the connections with WNR3500 is dropped, not instantly but after a while. WNR3500L has a fairly standard/untouched config, but with WDS mac-mappings to the 2 Belkins. The 2 Belkins has no DHCP server (but a DHCP/ARP table), no firewall, no gateway and no WINS, WDS-mac, master browser & DNS all pointing to WNR3500L. All share the same security, wireless mode (Access Point+WDS), WPA2-key, channel width (40MHz), and wireless channel. On both Belkins I also use 5GHz, sharing another SSID, WPA2 and but not the channels. The Belkins are setup exactly the same and have some overlapping coverage. I obviously have made a mistake in the configuration or have some serious bad luck in my brain activity. I now hope that someone could save me (and possibly others) from being bald by tearing my hair in the desperate search in the fantastic possibilities in configuring Tomato! How can I solve the dropping of the WDS connections when I add a third WDS access point?