I need to have a server or two in a DMZ and I've read that it's best to have them in a separate IP range from the LAN. I had a working setup a while ago that used a DLink DFL-200 for the connection to cable modem, DMZ servers and a WRT54GS (very early version) for the LAN. It all worked for a while and then I 'lost control' of the DLink; I just can't get it into the right arrangement again. I doubt it's broken, I think it's a software issue; I find the DLink software totally opaque compared to the Linksys software for the WRT54GS. Some of my travails are documented here: http://www.linksysinfo.org/forums/showthread.php?p=316347 Right now I don't have a dmz; I simply use the WRT54GS as my firewall and router. I'd be willing to buy another router to take the place of the DFL-200, which was supposed to be a better firewall than the WRT54GS. Can anyone suggest a unit? I've spent so much time with the DFL-200 I just want to get on with things. So, #1 it's true that the planned two router config would be more secure than using only the WRT54GS with it's DMZ capability? And, #2 what unit would be a good replacement for the DFL-200, not too expensive, relatively secure, and easy to configure for a home office user?