(Linksys' latest non-beta Firmware to date: 2.37.1) I have a VPN Client that is successfully logging on to my WRV54G, but none of my shared resources are showing up in his Network Neighborhood (we're both using MSHOME). Using my WRV54G Diagnostics, I can ping the wireless router/modem that he uses to connect to the internet. Of course the IP address assigned to his network adapter (Local Area Connection) was unreachable. Although I don't think it's necessary, I had him setup Norton (the only active firewall) to accept an IP range for the WRV54G's local secure workgroup. Should I be using a different value? Although it's usually the default setting, I'm having him make sure that his router has IPSec Pass-through enabled in the morning. I saw a reference to shutting off the WRV54G's DHCP server, but how would this affect his QuickVPN? I thought that was how QuickVPN was assigned a local address, thus enabling it to work & play among the resources behind the WRV54G. Besides, when I tried that, the computer I was using behind the WRV54G no longer connected to the internet.... How would a VPN client go about mapping resources without being able to see them in the Network Neighborhood?