can somebody point me to a FAQ or definitive guide on the exact differences between these wireless modes? The capabilities, Pros & Cons of each etc. I have google'd but come up with lots of hearsay and conflicting info. I'm troubleshooting a setup at a friend's house where he's got 5 tomato routers in a AP+WDS topology. He is having slow speeds from certain areas in the house. All routers are in AP+WDS mode, but I believe that actually some of these units might be better set up as pure "WDS" or perhaps just "Wireless Ethernet Bridge" devices. For example, there is one router that we are just using to give internet access to a Verizon 3g network extender that has only ethernet. I believe this router should be in just Wireless Ethernet Bridge mode, yes? Also, I have read that routers other than the "main" router (the one that has WAN access) should be put into "router" mode instead of the default "gateway". Is this true? Again, what are the differences between these two modes? :smile:thanks much for the info!