This is the setup I have: One wireless router connected to modem acting as the base, and another wireless router acting as a wireless ethernet bridge. Both routers are running the Victek Tomato mod. The bridge router is configured as "wireless ethernet bridge", and not "wireless client", so it's in the same subnet as the base router. The bridge is working correctly. Both routers have remote admin login enabled on different ports, and I added DDNS to the base router. This is the problem I have: I'd like to wake up the machine connected to the bridge router on LAN. The ethernet adapter on that machine is configured to listen for the magic packet and also do pattern matching. The adapter shows up in the device lists as well as the WOL lists on both routers. The machine successfully wakes up if I trigger WOL from the bridge router's admin interface, but it doesn't work if I trigger it from the base router. What I really want to do is log into remote admin to the base router and do WOL from there, since I can't seem to access the bridge router's web admin using the DDNS. Is it not possible to send the magic packet across a wireless bridge? If that's the case, then how do I access the web admin on both routers using DDNS? The bridge router's web admin port is forwarded correctly in the base router, and it has the base router's IP configured in the default gateway.