I have two Asus RT-N16's running Shibby's Tomato v107, configured like this: RT-N16 (Gateway) - Access point + WDS (192.168.1.1) | |~~WDS link | RT-N16 (Bridge/Router) - Access point + WDS (192.168.1.2) The idea is that the APs running on each router cover the two halves of my house, as one router is not sufficient due to a very thick wall in the middle (used to be an external wall). The two routers almost have a line-of-sight connection, with just two thin doors between them. This works very well, with just one odd problem. For some reason, the gateway router cannot "see" the bridge/router, in that it cannot ping it or connect to it it any way (e.g. telnet or ssh). This means that I cannot remotely administer the bridge from the WAN, despite setting up a port forward from an external port to port 443 on the bridge/router. The logs on the gateway indicate that the connection is accepted and forwarded properly, but as far as I can tell the bridge/router never sees any connection attempt coming in. Strangely, it's only the gateway that can't see the bridge/router - wired and wireless clients on the LAN can see and access the web interface on both the gateway and the bridge/router. Does anyone know what's going on here?