Hi everybody: I been searching a lot before posting, to try and find a solution, but couldn't find it. It seems many have this problem too, but nobody has been able to solve it yet. I'm a client of one of those crappy ISP's that handle a default gateway that falls outside the range of the public IP they assign. Public IP: 190.3.0.x 255.255.0.0 Default Gateway: 220.127.116.11 My WRT54GL gets its IP through DHCP but fails to install the route for the default gateway, and won't let me statically add it. According to some reading, that is a linux limitation, specifically a udhcpc one, that fails to "understand" this situation. I've searched too, to a not very clear answer, that DDWRT may be able to address such an issue. Can anyone confirm any of these? Thanks so much, and my apologies if this question has already been answered, but I couldn't find a conclusive answer to it, whether linksys stock firmware or ddwrt can deal with a gateway that falls outside the range of the public ip.