Greetings. I've been using Tomato for a while now with my WRT54GL. I never bothered much with the Wireless settings since my network is completely wired. Today, I got my hands on a Fritz WLAN USB Stick (apparently those are pretty popular here in Germany) and thought I'd give it a try for ****s and giggles. Set the stick up on my machine, set the router up and tried searching for APs from the stick. I found a few of them in the neighborhood, most of them with terrible reception. But no sign of my Tomato router. I do have all kinds of security options enabled in Tomato, but the router should at least be visible, shouldn't it? So I decided to do a Wireless survey on Tomato. Again, lots of APs popping up, so wireless can't be inherently broken. I tried placing the stick at other spots, hanging it high in the air, putting it directly on top of the router, tried all kinds of acrobatic stunts, but regardless of position, I just can't seem to find the Tomato router. The distance between the two does not exceed half a meter, so signal strength can't be the issue. Router settings: Wireless and Radio are enabled. SSID broadcast enabled. Wireless Mode: Access Point B/G Mode: Mixed B+G Security: WPA / WPA2 Personal + TKIP / AES Channel: 7 - 2.442 GHz (should be free according to Wireless survey) I also tried a static config (fixed SSID and other settings) on my machine to no avail. Same problem when running Linux and Windows. again, I've never used Wireless LAN before in my life, so if I'm missing something, please tell me. Any ideas what could be wrong here?