So I do a lot of side work but have never encountered this. Unless i'm completely forgetting something. :biggrin: A local restaurant just switch ISP's so now they have comcast. Of course, there is a lot of stuff on the network. At least 12 PC's all the time then another access point in the bar area for patrons that they give the password too. Music System, POS system, etc. Setup is as follows today. Comcast Business modem with an E2000 router. 2 networks setup, a guest with no encryption but a password. and of course WPA2 setup for the workers. The E2000 isn't working very well. Some wireless clients won't connect to it at all and it keeps dropping connections. Firmware is the latest too. They just bought it so they are going to take it back. They asked me to setup something that works. Thus i'm leaning towards 2 RT-N16's. 1 that will do all the routing and have the WPA2 AES encryption for the workers. The other will just be an access point in the bar area with no encryption at all. My question is, first, I assume I can setup the second access point different from the first? I've never done that as i've always set them up to repeat the signal. Second, is there a way to setup with a password and no encryption.....i.e. a login page? (That is how the E2000 does it.) I should note that the 2nd RT-N16 in the bar area has an ethernet jack to use. Thanks guys! I want to order the RT's this weekend so any help is appreciated.