Why is that? It says on the overview page that the WAN gateway is 64.230.xxx.xxx yet when I echo $(nvram get wan_gateway) I get 192.168.2.1 The Tomato router is doing its own PPPoE session and the WAN port gets a public IP. The modem's GUI is accessible when I type 192.168.2.1 In the routing table, I also have mention of this 192.168.2.0 IP range and the ppp0 route comes last. In the VLAN section, the port 4 is in its own VLAN. Again, why? Here is my setup: Tomato (connects via PPPoE) -----------> My ISP's modem/router (default IP 192.168.2.1) -----------> ONT The reason why I have to keep the crappy ISP's modem/router is because I need WAN packets to be tagged with VID 35 which of course my RT-N12B1 can't do with Tomato. Do I have a mess in my routing? Or is this normal?