I have a WRT54GC that I'd like to add to an existing WRT54G network. Although I've seen posting on how to make this work on the same subnet, I'd like to see if I can make it work using 2 different subnets. Here's the config: Internet <--> (WAN)WRT54G(LAN) <--> (WAN)WRT54GC WRT54G = 192.168.1.1(LAN) WRT54GC = 192.168.2.1(LAN) and 192.168.1.90(WAN, static) Both have DHCP enabled for their LAN. Not surprisingly, the 192.168.2 network can see it's subnet and the 192.168.1, but from the 192.168.1 subnet the .2 subnet is not visible. This may actually be a desirable scenario, but for now my goal is one happy routed network where the .1 sees the .1 and .2, and the .2 sees the .2 and .1. After messing with the WRT54GC configuration for a couple of hours, I'm wondering if this is even possible. Some questions: 1. What is the difference between "Operating Modes" "Gateway" and "Router"? 2. I tried setting the GC to "Router" and putting entries in the G's routing table like 192.168.2.0 -> 192.168.1.90 (LAN), but I still could not ping from the .1 to the .2. 3. Could the GC's WAN port be NATing, and if so is there a way to turn this off? I would have thought Operating Mode=Router would do this. 4. Is it impossible to use the WAN port of the GC as a router? I am running the latest stock Linksys firmware, so maybe there's something else out there that solves this problem? BTW, my real goal is to replace the ethernet connection between the G and GC with a WET54G wireless bridge. This would give me a standalone wireless remote network (.2) that I can switch into main main (.1) network if I need to.