I'm still a newbie at this networking stuff so please bear with me. I'm trying to help set up a home network based on Tomato. Here's the setup: A wireless router (WRT1) running Tomato is hosting the Internet with wired connection to a PC (PC1) and wireless connection to PC2. Another Tomato router (WRT2) is wired to PC3. WRT1 (192.168.11.1, DHCP on) and WRT2 (192.168.11.2, DHCP off, configured as an AP) are wired through their LAN ports. If the physical setup cannot be changed, how do I configure it so that: 1. PC1-PC3 can all be set with static IP addresses (WRT1 DHCP off), making WRT2 the sole DHCP server for guests' wireless notebooks? The Internet is often shared among friends who bring their notebooks with them. I've tried disabling DHCP on WRT1 and enabling WRT2 DHCP, but that didn't work with a wireless notebook I tested with. 2. Guest notebooks cannot access WRT1, only PC1-3 have access to it? With the current AP setup, wireless guests cannot access WRT2's Tomato GUI, but can access WRT1's, probably due to it being wired to WRT2. 3. Guests cannot access the LAN, only PC1-3 have access to it? Would a separate LAN be required? If so, how should I go about doing that? I don't know if any of the wireless options in Tomato v1.11 (AP+WDS, Wireless Client, Wireless Ethernet Bridge, WDS) other than AP will work in this case, but I have a feeling that I'd need one based on the reading I've done through the forum(s). I'm just confused as to which I need. TIA for any input.