Ok. The title may not be clear, but I am trying to connect my 75yr old neighbor to my internet connection. My neighbor lives across the street, approx 50 yards (150ft) away. I have done a wireless survey using a WRT54G v2.2 w/Tomato 1.01 transmitting at 67mW on channel 1 and recieve ~12% signal on a PSP in the room where the computer will be located. I can increase the signal strength to ~30% if I hold the WRT to the window my front bedroom. Conclusion: Using 2 WRT54GLs with Tomato I should be able to bridge the gap and provide a workstation to my neighbor so he can learn to use a computer and surf the web. (some fancy antenna work may be required here but for now that is not the problem.) Problem: What settings should I use on the routers AP, WDS, WET ?? And how should I address them? What ports (WAN or LAN) should I connect my local network, to the remote workstation? Will I create a seperate subnet or will the remote workstation be another host on the local subnet? I have 2 Win2K servers and provide DHCP from them. Will DHCP packets cross the wireless bridge? Thank you for your help.