I have a WRT54GL which has been running Tomato 1.23 quite happily for a year or two. I'd like to investigate setting up a VPN, which I do not have any experience with, so please forgive any stupid questions. My understanding is that once a remote user has connected to the VPN, they have access to all the resources on the LAN as if they were actually there--file servers, printers, etc. Have I got it right? We have about 50 users on our LAN, mostly Macs. It would be nice to have remote access for a few users (probably not more than 3-5 concurrent). They would mostly be accessing file sharing on an XServe and working with a timeclock which has a web-based GUI. At the moment I have remote file sharing accessible by opening Port 548 on the router and forwarding it to the server (which does not have SMB enabled), but I'd like to improve security. There is the free Tunnelblick client, is that a good one? In researching this, I've seen a couple of people mention that TomatoVPN and/or the WRT54GL can't really handle more than one remote user at a time. Is this true? Would we be better served to look at a standalone VPN box? Thanks for any enlightenment.