I've read the Wiki, and a few posts here which briefly touch on this topic, but I need a little more clarification before I set up my network one way or the other. I've programmed routers/switches for a long time, so I'm well aware of the fundamental networking concepts here. I just need a little clarification on the specifics of CB vs. WET as implemented in Tomato (as well as DD-WRT and Thibor). As far as I can tell, Client Bridge acts as a wired<->wireless non-transparent ethernet bridge for one device. The one device limitation coming from an overwrite of the source MAC address of devices attached on the wired side of things (much like a router would do). Things are a little less clear for me involving WET. The Wiki says that it's for attaching multiple wired clients to a wireless network. Fine. How exactly is it different than Client Bridge mode ? Does the MAC address over-write still occur ? It was my understanding that if you had one wired device you wanted to attach, Client Bridge was the way to go. If you had more than one device, you had to go with WDS to avoid the MAC address over-write situation. I'd like to avoid WDS, because it halves your bandwidth. So, what's the story here ?