I was browsing and ran across these two pages: http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Dual_WAN and http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Dual-WAN_for_simple_round-robin_load_equalization This seems very interesting. Although I would much rather use tomato than that dd-wrt crap. It does seem possible to do this in tomato though being that it is mostly just scripts. Anyways, I got to thinking though. Since I use my WRT54GS as a main WDS node I have 4 open lan ports. If you can turn port 4 into a spare WAN port couldn't you technically turn the other 3 into WAN ports also? So say you had 2 totally different internet connections at home. Also maybe you have a neighbor or 2 with different connections also. Say your neighbors were totally awesome (as mine are) and would allow you to use their connection also. So right there you have 4 connections (for argument sake say they are Cable, DSL, satellite, and EVDO cell service via a computer). Does it seem possible that one could "technically" bond all these connections to one router and have either an uber connection to the internet or have backups to backups. I would love to try that one day. Any ideas or thoughts on the subject? EDIT: On a side note. If one were to have multiple internet connections from multiple vendors how would you access the stuff behind the router? Like say I had a dsl and a cable connection. Say cable was my main internet connection and I connect remotely via ssh to do stuff on my pc there. But what if it went down and I was relying on the dsl. Would I have to know the IP of it or would something like a secondary dynamicdns deal come into play. And if so how would multiple WAN ports affect that? I have a few spare WRT54G's that I can play with on this and see what it does. I think it would be a better/cheaper option for some of these small businesses that operate on a tight budget but want redundant internet connections.