Hi all, I'm trying to use a tomato box (wrt54gs 2.1) as a transparent AP to create a wireless network that effectively extends the range of my main network. Main network is an 802.11n cisco device running default firmware, and I have no desire to mess with that. In fact, I don't even particularly care if the "extended" wireless network uses the same SSID as the main one. The important thing is that I want it to all be on the same subnet and have no NAT in between. So what I've done is set up the tomato box with a static IP, DHCP server disabled, with one of its LAN ports wired to the main LAN. Its WAN port is not hooked to anything. This works ... sort of. When I connect a PC to the tomato's wireless network, I sometimes get a proper DHCP response, and sometimes I don't. When I attempt to hook my android phone to it, it never gets a DHCP response. I'm at a bit of a loss as to how to troubleshoot this. It seems as though all the settings are correct, but obviously I've overlooked something. Any ideas?