When trying to add a second router as an access point, is just setting the SSID and security credentials to be the same enough? Do I need to switch channels? Will clients pick up the best signal and switch when necessary? My office has ethernet ports all over the place, but a lot of people still prefer to connect to the network with their wireless. I installed Tomato on a Buffalo router last year and configured it just go be an access point, turned off DHCP server etc. and things have working fine. The only complaint I get is from a couple if users who are in a dead spot on the far side of the office. I really don't want to move the router from where it is right now, so I got a 2nd buffalo and loaded the firmware up and turned on WDS mode and plugged it in. Ok --- I just found outthat WDS when bridged with ethernet is a bad idea! My entire network just stopped until I pulled out the router. But I'm still stuck trying to find the optimal solution. Thanks!