I'm using my WRT54G as an access point only. I would, however, like to be able to get at it's admin pages. Since I already have a DHCP server running on the LAN, I disabled the one in the WRT54G. The problem is that it's LAN side address is hardcoded to the address on the setup page. This isnt all that bad, but I would prefer that it grabbed an address from my DHCP server instead. A simple hardware trick that mostly solves this problem is to use a short piece of CAT-5 to loop the WAN port back into a LAN port and set the WAN port to configure itself via DHCP. This, of course ties up a port on the switch (and looks ugly). I figure there's got to be a software trick that does the same thing. Either by getting udhcpc to run on the LAN side (when the DHCP server is disabled on the LAN side) or by a routing trick to get the WAN port to see the DHCP server on the LAN. I'd use the DHCP in the WRT54G but it doesnt know how to update my DNS server when new clients come on line... and even that would only be a solution if there was only one WRT54G on the LAN. Any suggestions would be appreciated.