Hello all, My ISP hides us behind a gateway and hands out 192.168.x.x addresses (1 per customer). Now, I have a mini-network of my own, of which the central point is a Satori-flashed WRT54Gv2, seen from outside as 192.168.1.101. WRT gives out 10.0.0.x addresses to my three computers and is seen by them as 10.0.0.1 (hostname: wrt). The ISP has created a 'virtual domain', say: .theisp, and provides DNS for other machines within the LAN (with fixed names like comp001-101.theisp). I would like to set up a virtual domain for my internal network myself and have the dns daemon on WRT: - provide dns for .mydomain machines, including returning 10.0.0.1 for wrt.mydomain - forward dns requests for .theisp and WAN requests to the isp-provided dns server I hope that's clear - but is it possible to achieve with Satori? Any help appreciated! L.