Please excuse me if my title to this thread is not using proper networking grammar/language. I am self-taught by only reading networking stuff online. I will try my best to explain the situation with the language I think I know. Router1 WAN gets real-world IP address from Cable Modem. Router1 LAN is: 192.168.1.1 Router2 WAN is set to PPTP using VPN Hosting Provider Router2 LAN is: 192.168.2.1 Router2 WAN port is plugged into Router1 LAN port. I have success when a computer is plugged into Router2 LAN port. Their outside IP is of the VPN hosting Provider and not the ISP cable modem. yay! (I only got this work work after getting help on these forums here). Is it possible to use static routes on either (or both?) Router1 and Router2 so that a computer connected to Router1 LAN port can utilize the PPTP VPN from Router2? I hope this can be done if a static route is put in place, AND I configure the network interface's gateway to 192.168.2.1 on client/computer who is connected to Router1's LAN port. Im not sure if this is even possible, but I am hoping it is. I was thinking I could use a static route on Router1, but do not really know the syntax to do this. Router1's static route configuration asks for: Network/Host IP, Netmask, Gateway, Metric, and Interface. Im not sure what to put in the fields to make this work. Or even if what I am trying to do is possible. Not sure if this is relevent, but Router1 is a Asus RT66NU using the standard Asus firmware. Router2 is a buffalo router using TomatoUSB. I am also not sure if any static route would need to set on Router2. NOTE: I understand there are likely many many ways to configure what I am trying to accomplish. I know Router2 could be setup to use PPTP on the LAN. The reason I have chose to setup PPTP on the WAN is because during my testing/configuration, I found that when the PPTP link goes down, network traffic defaulted to my ISP cable modem IP address. During testing when I configure PPTP on WAN, if link goes down then there is no network access at all, and that is the behavior I prefer. Please note I truly appreciate the time people on here take to read/understand/reply to my technical questions. I plan to write all my information/configuration up on a blog in the near future to help others who want to setup a similar network configuration. I always give credit to those who help me.