Currently I have this setup: cable modem -> ethernet WAN port of WRT54Gv3 (Tomato) -> ethernet LAN port of Netgear wireless router -> various wired and wireless devices. The WRT54Gv3 is acting as the gateway (providing NAT for the WAN connection, DHCP assignments, and local DNS), and the Netgear is just acting as a dumb AP/switch so that computers on the other end of my house can get LAN/WAN access. The two routers both have WiFi enabled (although I don't use the WRT54Gv3's very often) and have different SSID's. I've been thinking, though, of picking up a WRT54GL (and using Tomato on it) to replace the Netgear, and having the two WRT54G's connect to each other wirelessly so that I don't have to run a long CAT-5 cable across the house. Is this possible? Is it a good idea? How would I go about configuring the new router to do this? Note that the new router would have wired and wireless devices connected and that I would want it to act as a dumb AP/switch that lets the WRT54Gv3 continue to act as the WAN gateway and DHCP & DNS server. Thanks in advance for any advice and/or info.