Is there a licensing reason that any variant of Tomato does not have an IPSec VPN module installed? How about firmware size limitations? FYI, I am not referring to passthrough. I am at a crossroads in making a decision. Do I use 2 routers with one being Tomato or replace Tomato with something that has wifi and IPSec in the same box. I would really like to stay with Tomato for all of the great performance, reliability, capability features but unfortunately I am in a situation where I will be handing out hardware to people that are going to far away places and need an IPSec solution built in to connect to our office, edged by an ASA 5505. They are project managers, not IT people. I want to make the solution as simple plugged as possible. Putting confidence into new hardware with different configuration screens might come back to bite me if trouble surfaces. I wish there was an IPSec capable, wifi enabled router that has PoE ports for VOIP phones in one box with a decent sticker price. Who makes such an animal? I am 1% tempted to actually purchase Talisman from Sveasoft to see if it's IPSec module would allow a WRT54GL to connect to our office. If a lowly $11 BEFSX41 can, very well btw, then Talisman should. Sveasoft's sales tactics are bothering though, something about MAC address registration. I guess it is their form of copy protection. I have an email into them but have not heard back and probably won't. What would you propose as a solution for 3 Cisco 7941 handsets and a dozen wireless devices (phones, laptops, etc) being connected to the internet in Europe and tunnel back to the States? A Cisco ASA 5505 is your only endpoint in the States. Thanks for any suggestions or comments you may have.