In my network I've currently got an ADSL modem/router connected to a switch into which my computers are connected. The router is pretty good but has some annoyances such as needing to be reset when changing a setting, such as a port forward. Now, I'll soon be getting a spare WRT54G router and I was wondering if the following setup would work. I'd like to substitute the switch in the old setup for the WRT54G, so that the network would look like <ADSL modem/router> <----> <WRT54G> <-----> <Computers on network> In this setup I'd like to use the WRT54G as the router. My thoughts on how to do this are like so: Plug the existing ADSL modem/router into the "Internet" port of the WRT54G. Assign a static ip on the "wan" side of the wrt54g and assign the gateway to the adsl modem/router. Assign the "wan" ip of the WRT54G to be in the DMZ of the ADSL modem/router. Assign another static ip on the "lan" side of the wrt54g and use that as the gateway for the computers on the network. So, would this work? I'm not sure about subnet masks, would I have to change these around? Thanks.