I bought a WRT54G for the express purpose of using it in client mode to attach my network to a remote wireless network. Took the sucker out of hte box, toyed with it a bit, then immediately slapped alchemy 1.0 onto it. Client mode works great and (mostly) does what I need, but there is a limitation to it that i dont understand. For some reason it only allows one device to be connected behind it, where I want to connect a whole network to it. Now I have gotten around this by using another router to nat the connection (originally a linux box but now another linksys router), but that means my network is now 3 layers deep in nat (wireless router at the foreign network, the WRT54G in client mode, and the nat router here). This seems like a rather silly limitation given the software (linux) that is running on the device. Someone would have actually had to specifically code something in to make it have this limitation. Any ideas what I would need to do to change this behavior? I am quite competent with linux and networking on pc hardware, but am a bit aprehensive about trying things on the WRT since recovery is a bit harder if i mess something up.