Recently invested in a WRT54G and flashed with Tomato 1.17. I was hoping to use it to bridge a couple of PC's to my main router which holds my ADSL connection (a Netgear DG834G). Now everything works fine, both PC's connect to the internet and are given IP addresses by the Netgear Router. The only trouble is that the two PC's and the WRT54G all have the same IP address on the Netgear router. Having had a look around first and seen this I had thought that WET mode compared to client bridge mode would allow the Netgear router to see all the connected devices and their MAC addresses. Obviously it's a pain with port forwarding etc when they all share the same MAC address. The WRT54G is set up in Wireless ethernet bridge mode and the Netgear's IP address is set as the gateway in Tomato. I've tried having the WRT54G on the same subnet (192.168.0.xx) as the Netgear to see if that made a difference. Is it a limitation of bridging in general here? I did think that WET would do what I'm after. Are there some other setting that I need to change on the WRT54G? Obviously I'd rather not have to invest in another WRT54G, but it would seem doing so and using WDS would also solve my problems. Any help would be great.