I've noticed that when I use a Tomato router in WET (bridge) mode or WDS mode, I'm required to give it a fixed IP address rather than have it get an address via DHCP. Is this simply something that has not yet implemented, or is there a more intrinsic reason why this is impossible? I do know that at least for WET mode, it is theoretically feasible. I own a Linksys WET54G, which is a standalone wireless bridge. It has no problem getting its IP address from the router. Maintenance and configuration is so much easier if IP addresses come from a central source.