I'm trying to brige my WAN to one of my LAN ports on my WRT54GL1.1 as per these instructions However, there's a glitch. While the instructions work perfectly on dd-wrt, it appears that the ports that belong to vlan0 are always reset to include all 4 LAN ports. If I start out with Code: vlan0ports=3 2 1 0 5* vlan1ports=4 5 and then make the following changes Code: # nvram set vlan0ports="3 2 1 5*" # nvram set vlan1ports="0 4 5" # nvram commit And reboot, afterwards things look as follows: Code: vlan0ports=3 2 1 0 5* vlan1ports=3 4 5 So while port 3 (using the numbering in front it's the first port) is now also a member of vlan1, it remains a member of vlan3 - however, the port no longer acts as a LAN port anyway.. any device behind won't get a dhcp address and is unreachable even if the device in question has a static gateway. Shouldn't the nvram variables after the reboot look like this (which they do on my dd-wrt router): Code: vlan0ports=2 1 0 5* vlan1ports=3 4 5 @update: actually.. I was a bit off.. further testing showed that port 1 is still very much part of the LAN.. I'm not quite sure what happened when I tried to put my AP behind the changed port.