I have an ASUS Ethernet EA-N66 3-1 AP/bride/range-extender which I'm using with a Linksys E4200v1 running latest Toastman Tomato fw. The E4200v1 and EA-N66 work well at 15m separation over Ethernet LAN using "Access Point Mode"(Ethernet LAN AP mode) with Tx Power adjustment dropped from 100mW to 50mW to deduce noise and impact on E4200v1 2.4GHz WiFi. I'm using a 2.4GHz 40MHz two channel WiFi SSID where both E4200v1 and EA-N66 are using the same channels/SSID. Would work better if the EA-N66 was on non overlapping 2.4GHz 40MHz channels, but my neighbors would probably disagree with me on that point. No WDS support on the ASUS EA-N66. Just for fun(what if), I attempted to use the EA-N66 in range extender mode, where the EA-N66 becomes a WiFi re-transmitter to extend/strengthen WiFi signal. I could not get the EA-N66 to work in this mode. I note the EA-N66 increments it's MAC address by one(+1) in range extender mode. In "Repeater mode" I can connect to the EA-N66 and manage it, so, access wise that part works, just not client WiFi access via the EA-N66 in "Repeater Mode". I have a Linksys RE1000 (old original version) which works will on 2.4GHz 20/40MHz 1-11 channels with E4200v1 running Toastman Tomato fw as proof of WiFi range extender support. Anybody else played around with an EA-N66 3-1 AP/bride/range-extender with any sort of success using a Tomato fw wireless router? Thank you in advance for any advise/experiences.