So, here's my situation/fun challenge. I am installing a netgear WNR3500L/v2 in my travel trailer. It currently has shibby's AIO 117 on it. It will serve a couple purposes. First, when away from home: - DHCP to the family's mobile devices - sharing a 750GB HDD with media on it - providing a wired connection point to a Rasbperry Pi that drives the RV's TV - when needed, tethering my android phone to it as it's wan interface. Second, when home, and the trailer is parked in the back yard: - operate as a WDS repeater on the home wifi network, to increase coverage in the back yard, repeating from the router in my garage. - bridge the hardwired R-Pi and shared HDD onto the home network so media can be synced to it before trips (and allow streaming from home media server when guests are using the RV as guest quarters). - DHCP would need to be off in this mode to prevent conflicts with home setup. So, what is the best way to have two rather disparate configurations with the same hardware? Any way to script it to be configured via button press, or better yet, on power up detect the presence of the home wifi net and choose a configuration appropriately (meaning just needing to power cycle the thing to get it in home or away mode). Also, would there be a decent way to update the DHCP static leases between the home DHCP server (pfsense) and the router's away more, so that mobile devices tend to keep the same IP (not sure this is all that important, just a thought). Bonus points to figure out a way to connect the router to a campground's wifi, and NAT it to the mobile devices, instead of using the cell phone's tether (unfortunately, android's USB tether disables the phone's wifi connection, so it can't be used as the second wifi adapter for the router) - are there any usb wifi dongles that would work as the WAN interface for the router?