I replace a D-Link 524 with a Linksys WRT54GL1.1, I did this so I could use Tomato. I have an ATT DSL account, and my dsl modem handles the ppoe connection. The modem is a Motorola single port, and acts like a router (supplies an ip address and dns to whatever connects to the single ethernet port). I connect WRT54GL to the modem. My first question - the router didn't draw dns from the modem - I had put the att dns servers into the basic network configuration myself. Is this expected behavior or have I misconfigured Tomato? In order for my pc's (and other devices) to see the internet I had to change the mode from Router to Gateway. Is this correct? I connect (wired) an xbox360 and a PS3, I have upnp on, the 360 is drawing dynamically, and shows an open nat. But if I statically assign an address to the 360 the nat type it detects changes to strict? The ps3 shows a nat 3 (??), as I understand it a wired ps3 with upnp should show a nat 1, even if I put hte ps3 on the dmz, it stays at nat 3. I've tried statically assigning an ip to the ps3 and forwarding all the tcp and udp ports, but still get a nat 3. Is this related to the router/gateway setting? If I've got that messed up I'd assume port forwarding and upnp would be essentially ignored. Thanks for the help.