Hi everyone.... long time reader, first time poster. I'm trying to setup two WRT54GL's to talk to eachother through WDS. I've attached a diagram of what I am trying to do. Basically, I have computers in one room, and an ADSL modem in the next room. I am unable to run cables through the house, so I want the computers in the study to be able to use the ADSL connection. I'm not really concerned with being able to have other wireless clients connect to the network, but if it would be good if possible. What I have done so far is: - Installed dd-wrt v23 firmware on both routers - Enabled WDS on both (and put the right MAC addresses in each) - Have both routers running in AP mode - Given both routers the same SSID Now, if I turn on WEP encryption, I can get my client PC's to communicate successfully with both routers (as long as the SSID broadcast is enabled on both routers). However, as soon as I turn on WPA-PSK, I am unable to access the remote router from the client PC's. The remote router has all of the PPPoE settings configured, and the router connected to my PC's has the connection settings disabled, but I have put the remote router's IP address as the gateway IP for it. If I go to the Status > Wireless tabs, I can see the other router from both of them, and it has good signal strength. So it looks like they can see eachother, but I am still unable to get traffic to flow between them whenever I have WPA turned on. Is there anything which I have overlooked in my setup? I know I could just run WEP, and it would probably be fine (There are 3 unsecured wireless networks I can access from my house, so hopefully anyone would rather get into those networks rather than mine) but I would feel much better if I could get WPA working instead. Any help would be greatly appreciated.