Not sure where I should be asking this, but I figured it's more a Tomato TO DD-WRT thing rather than vice versa... So I picked up an Asus 520GU the other day and loaded it up with teddy_bear's version of Tomato with USB support, so that I could set it up as a NAS in my living room, next to the TV. The main router I have now is a Linksys WRT54GL running DD-WRT, set up in my bedroom where the cable modem is. I know that Tomato doesn't have support for being used as a repeater, so I was trying to set it up with the Linksys as a WDS, but with little luck. Has anyone done this successfully before, and can give me directions? The documentation on the DD-WRT wiki pages is for all routers using DD-WRT, and vice versa with the Tomato FAQ blurb. Alternatively, I can swap the two routers around and use the Linksys as a repeater, but I wanted the external drive to be in the living room. Or... I could put Tomato on the Linksys, but I'm not sure I want to do that yet, unless someone can give me some compelling reasons (besides that it'd make this easier ). Thanks!