Hi everyone, I'm having trouble getting wireless bridging to work. Router 1: Linksys E3000 with the lastest Toastman Tomato build installed (tomato-E3000USB-NVRAM60K-1.28.7486.2MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-Ext) Router 2: Linksys WRT54GL v1.1 with another toastman Tomato build installed (tomato-ND-1.28.7628.1-Toastman-Std) My desired setup: Internet/cable modem ↓↓↓(wired connection) Router 1 → Wired lan + Wireless lan ↓↓↓(wireless connection) Router 2 → Wired lan Can someone please explain what configuration settings I need to change in Router 2 so that my machines on the wireless lan and both wired lans can all see each other (I don't want them to be on different subnets)? I don't want to use WDS because that halves my wireless bandwidth and I don't need the second router to act as a repeater. And when I set router2 to Wireless Ethernet Bridge, the wired lan connected to it all seem to share the same ip so not distinquishable by the other stuff on the other side. Also, I can't seem to access the config settings page on the second router once I have it up and running as a transparent WET. There was a previous thread with a similar problem (http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/difference-between-client-bridge-and-wet-modes.18832/) that is listed in the FAQ, but they were unable to find a solution that avoided halving the bandwidth via WDS (I need all the bandwidth I can get for multi-media streaming inside network). Does WET simply not work the way it's suppose to? When I set up WET, I have 2 major problems: 1) Wireless devices connected to router 1 can't see individual wired devices on router 2 (they all share same ip) 2) I can't get to router 2's config page. (webbrowser pointed to 192.168.1.1 is the config page of router 1, not sure how to set a separate router ip for router 2's config page so that any machine on network can access it) Maybe there's something simple that I'm missing. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.