Here is what I would like to do. I live in a fairly large apartment complex and there are lots of open wireless networks that I could connect to. Mine is NOT one of them. What I would like to do is allow anyone to access, but if they are not specifically designated MAC address I have already in my MAC address filter, automatically forward them to a specific IP address that is not within my own internal network. So in other words. Someone in Apartment 1 sees that my connection is wide open. I don't have their MAC address listed within the router. It allows them to connect and gives them an IP address, but when they try to go to a website it only will allow them to go to something like Yahoo.com (or what ever I force them to go to.) I am not attempting to sell access, I just want to redirect some traffic to a friends website. Is what I am trying to do possible WRT54G? I also have a BEFW11S4 sitting around. Can I use this in conjunction with the WRT54G to do this? Could 3rd party firmware aid in this? The one problem I can see is that if I allow outsiders to obtain an IP I then run a risk of those folks seeing all my internal computers, some of which have shares. This of course, I do not want to do. Thanks in advance for ideas.