I have 2 BEFVP41 V2 routers, and I would like to use them as a "bridge" for QoS. Does anyone know if this is possible? This is my Simple Network Diag.. Cable | WRT41 ( PoS router, will be replaced soon ) | | BEFVP41/Swtiched BEFVP41/Switched | | WAP/Guest Connections Secure Connections/Servers What I would Like to do is hook up the Wan ports on those BEF routers and enable QOS, and a few other services in the router with out having to use NAT. Now, my network is a simple Class B ( 172.16.0.0/255.255.0.0 ) network and I don't want to segregate Router 1 from Router 2 as the traffic between A and B needs to talk to each other, and my Grand plan is to put a Linux firewall where the WRT crap is so I can setup Firewall rules accordingly...ect, anyway..... How should I got about the setup with the BEF routers, I do have Gateway/Bridge mode as an option, but I cannot seem to get the bridge mode to work as I would expect as you could with typical Cisco Router. Or should I put Router A on a different Lan then Router B and route between the WRT and the 2 Befs ( kind complex for such a simple setup, IMO ). Anyway, any feed back is appricated.