I'm trying to do something very simple (in theory) with a WRT54G that is not working. Hoping someone can help before I give up on it and do something different! Here is a simplified illustration of my network topology: Right now, this equipment is all in the same room. If I can make it work, it will eventually be deployed outside to deliver internet from my office to my parent's home 5 miles away. For those of you not familiar, the Airbridge in my illustration is a Smartbridges Airbridge. Essentially, it's like a 1 port WRT54G in client bridge mode. It bridges wifi to ethernet. In this case, I have the airbridge associated with the WRT54G and ethernet connected to the switch when in turn has internet access from the Dlink router. I have confirmed that the Airbridge is working correctly. What I need to do is have all the peers connected to the WRT54G get internet access from the Dlink router. This makes the WRT54G a simple access point. The problem is, it doesn't work. I have limited connectivity, in that PC#2 can ping and be pinged by PC#1. In fact, PC#2 can even log into the web interface for the Dlink router, and it's geting DHCP from it. But no outside traffic outside my lan works/no internet. Why isn't this working? I'm not even using the WRT54G as a router, just an AP... This should be easy.