The last tutorial I was directed to was for 2xWRT's for WDS, but it was a scenario for 100% DHCP LAN and ADSL WAN. I currently have a pair of v2 WRT54G routers, one running native Linksys firmware and the other Satori. Cablemodem uses leased DHCP IP for the WAN IP. Current setup isn't employing WDS: Motorola<-->WRT54Gsatori<-->wiredLAN I would like to employ WDS to utilize a hands-off approach of wireless connectivity with a computer downstairs. I want to connect that computer to the second WRT (call it WRT54Gnative) via hard-wire, and then wirelessly connect that router to the WRT54Gsatori using WDS. Motorola<-->WRT54Gsatori<-->wiredLAN1 ***********************<..WDS..>WRT54Gnative<-->wiredLAN2 With the exception of the leased WAN IP, everything in my current setup uses static non-routable addresses on the 192.168.1.x network. The WRT54Gsatori is running Satori-4.0 v2.07.1.7sv.