Hi I'm new to this forum, playing around with OpenWrt and now Tomato with a friend from our local linux group. New to linux from last year when I returned to school to pick up C++ coding experience. My background is in Apple gear and I like linux. Wanting to use HTML5 and would like to disable the receive functionality of a router for testing purposes. I will be streaming audio one way over 802.11 and plan to goto a 4 watt router for use on the farm here... I cannot see how to easily disable the receive functionality in OpenWrt or Tomato and wonder if it is something that can be easily accomplished from the command line. Can anyone tell me how to disable the receive functionality (so the router will transmit only) on a router using Tomato version 1.281816 for my router model Linksys WRT54G v.3? ie. how to set it to master mode* One possible work around would be to dedicate receive to one of the antennae sockets and point it to space. I see the option to direct receive to an antennae in Tomato. Ken *Some terms from http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf08479.html#aa9 Master mode is an operating mode in which the LE-LAN device has the capability to transmit without receiving an enabling signal. In this mode, the device is able to select a channel and initiate a network by sending enabling signals to other LE-LAN devices. Slave mode is an operating mode in which the transmissions of the LE-LAN device are under control of the master.