Okay so several months ago i signed up for a VPN service to stop throttling and other issues. At first I had a simple setup where everything routed through the VPN running on an RT-N16 running tomato. I found however that i did not want everything on the VPN. So I found a script to route only certain IP addresses through the VPN. Although this worked it became a problem when I started using some other features like QOS and my work software VPN. It got really complex. CPU usage was also becoming a problem. I work from home and use the internet alot and found the CPU (on the router) was always running very high. Next i decided to just run the VPN software on the PC's themselves and start just when I wanted them to. But I found this bad as well. I have a smart TV for example that I liked on the VPN because i was able to stream content normaly only available when I am in the US There are hours and hours of things that I have done and I wont bore you with all the details I just wanted to give you a sense of how I got to where I am today. I have since purchase the RT-N66U because I really like ASUS. Now what I would like to do is setup my old RT-N16 as the VPN router. Then selectively route traffic that I specify ether by source or destination IP to this router. Although i know this is possible from reading some other posts I need some help with the config. Currently main router is 192.168.1.x and my Second router for VPN is 192.168.2.x.. I was thinking of plugging the WAN port into one of the LAN ports on the primary router and configuring the WAN as PPTP VPN and connecting to my VPN service. I dont know if this is the right way to do this? Then I was thinking I need to go to my primary router to setup the routes that I need. I hope all that rambling made some sort of sense.