I have couple of wireless access points and about 100 wired pc's on my network. The issue I face is that I have an open wireless setup. So, all the available bandwidth is used up by those who get access via wireless, leaving no bandwidth at all for wired LAN pc's. While looking for a solution, I found this guide which is about creating two separate subnets on a single router. http://www.seiichiro0185.org/doku.php/blog:creating_a_seperate_guest_network_with_tomato The set-up is advantageous because smb or windows shares on the wired LAN won't be accessible on wireless. There is one more issue which I want to solve is limiting bandwidth on the vlan2 interface. For example on a debian system, if wondershaper is installed, the following command will limit bandwidth on the specified interface. sudo wondershaper eth0 10000 280 Is there a command for rate limiting on interface for tomato?