[Resolved] Simple Wireless Ethernet Bridge Woes Hello all, I'm trying to connect my router to another router in wireless ethernet bridge mode. The setup is very simple. The 1st (WAN) router is 192.168.1.1 and I want to connect to a 2nd router with a computer attached to a LAN port. i.e.: internet >wire> WRT54G1 (192.168.1.1) >wireless> many computers wrt54G1 >wireless (ethernet bridge mode)> WRT54G2 >wire> one computer I hope the diagram makes sense. I'm trying to use the wireless ethernet bridge mode, but have not been able to connect the two routers together! I can neither access 192.168.1.1 from 192.168.1.2 nor vice-versa. I have attached the basic/network and overview diagrams from my 2nd router (the 192.168.1.2). Can someone please outline the process for connecting my routers briefly?! I also (ideally) want my computer (the one that will be connected by wire to WRT54G2) to have a static IP on the LAN and have ports 16000-17000 forwarded from the internet (I *should* _hopefully_ be able to set this up if I sorted out this IP stuff which I don't quite understand apparently). Both routers are running the latest tomato. I have attached pics to this post from WRT54G2 (the wireless bridge mode router). My wireless settings match perfectly by the way - it's something with the IPs that's wrong. The "overview" page on WRT54G2 is showing wireless connection if I understand correctly (see picture), but by the way I can't see it on the "device list" on WRT54G1... I don't know why. Any ideas? Please help!