First off, I'm using the Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 not a Linksys, I hope that's ok or not an issue. If there is a better forum for this question, or if it has already been addressed, please let me know. My setup is a Motorola Netopia 2210-02-10NA DSL modem. My Buffalo is connected directly to the modem and it's set up as just an access point (No DHCP server). It has 1 wired client and N (usually 2-3) wireless clients. I'd like to limit the wireless clients to some portion of available bandwidth for ALL traffic and keep the wired client unlimited. It would also be nice if I could turn this on and off easily. Alternatively, I could limit ALL traffic coming out of the Buffalo and set up a switch between the modem and the buffalo and connect the wired client to the switch, if that is necessary. Is this possible with Tomato? I have tried messing with QoS and Bandwidth limiter, configuring it more than a few different ways, but I've never demonstrated (by speedtest) that it was doing anything at all. Thanks!