Hey, guys, I'll try to explain my current setup and what I am trying to achieve, as brief as possible. I want to provide free wifi access to my cafe customers. On top of the cafe is our apartment, where I need wifi access as well. I have two routers, running the latest Tomato firmware (Linksys and Buffalo). I am trying to provide free access on the territory of the cafe, but since its location is in a dense residential area (read multi-storey buildings), I want to limit the range of the signal as much as possible (so there aren't as much neighbors mooching off of the cafe net). And I don't want to force the cafe customers to ask for a password each time they need to use the net. Currently I have an AP + WDS setup, with one router in the cafe, and the other in our apartment (where the ADSL line is). And I am not too happy about having half the available speed. Additionally, even after setting the tx power to 1mw, the signal is strong enough to reach quite a lot of my neighbors. The ACK/ Distance setting in tomato doesn't seem to work at all (tried setting it to 1 meter and could still use the net about 50 meters away). The perfect setup would be: Apartment Router - to be password protected Cafe Router - connects to Apartment Router and provides free access to the cafe customers (with as limited tx power as possible - need help here too). This setup would allow me to limit our neighbors' access near the Apartment Router, and, if WDS is not used, to employ the full speed of my ADSL connection. Help is greatly appreciated!