I'm at my brother's home which has two linksys wrt54gl routers w/ tomato installed on his network that are connected via wire. the speeds of wifi clients connected to the second router are significantly slower than wifi clients connected to the first router and even wired clients connected to the second router. Eg. wired clients on the second router complete speedtest w/ 28M down/5MB up. Wifi clients on the second router complete speedtest @ 5MB down/5MB up. Wifi clients connected to the first router have similar speeds as hard-wired clients. What is amiss? The network topology is as follows: cable modem ---> tomato #1 ---WIRED--> tomato #2 tomato#1 hosts wifi clients and connected via one of the ethernet ports is tomato #2 tomato#2 connects to tomato #1 via wire that connects to one of the 4 ethernet ports (not the WAN port). tomato #2 hosts wifi clients and wired clients. tomato #2 has WAN port and dhcp disabled, its default gateway is set to tomato #1. QOS is not enabled at all on any router. wifi on both routers are set to G-only and access point. thanks.