We've been running our wireless isp off DSL lines and rv082 routers for a while - and recently we've got some problems we'd like to solve. I thought i'd run em by everyone here....first - our upload speed is 384k times 2 (since we're load balancing 2 DSL lines which are 3000 x 384). according to graphs i've made with mrtg upload is averaging about 88k per line....sustained (take that as file sharing), downloads from 1 meg to 1.5 meg. Occasionally we're seeing 2 meg on the downloads, but no more. When i was out in the field yesterday - i was seeing download speeds only around 250k. I could reboot everything and get 1600k for a few moments, but then i'd be back at around 250k. Delima 1: I'd lick to use bandwith controls to STRONGLY limit the sustained file sharing....but i'm not sure of the best way to do it. I don't know which protocols to filter by and what the best configuration for this bandwidth available would be. Delima 2: Each of my DSL lines has a block of 8 ip addresses - some of which i resell to the end user. Currently i'm having to run a cable from my DSL modem (zoom) into a managed switch (with storm control on) as well as into my rv082. My wireless backhaul is also plugged into this switch. It gets nasty on the other side where i have to break it all back out into another managed switch so my customers can see both my RV082 network (NATTED) and my public ip space. How would i go about setting up advanced routing in my rv082 to not have to do such an elaborate setup? Thanks in advance!