I have an 802.11b webcam ....Linksys WVC11B. It supports WEP encryption only. The rest of my network is 802.11g equipment. With the WRV200 I am able to set it up as a wireless access point, with 2 SSIDs. One to keep the WPA2 encrypted 802.11g clients happy and another, set to b-only mode with WEP encryption for my wireless camera. No need to dumb down the security of my whole network because of the camera. This is slick. I set it up with a static, bogus address on its WAN port so I needed to find some way for it to learn its default gateway (tried programming it to no avail) so....... Furthermore, I turned on RIP version 2 on the WRV200. It now obtains its default route from its "LAN side" as I am injecting a default route into the LAN from my Cisco ASA5505. While it doesn't need this default gateway for routing (I am using it as a WAP), this *does* allow the device to synchronize its clock off of an NTP server and do DNS queries since it has a proper default route. I'm just getting back on the WRV200 bandwagon since I had an enforced hiatus while I was waiting for my bricked unit to be replaced. The beta team at Linksys was kind enough to send me another unit. I'm going to conjure up a configuration where I can use the VLAN capability of the box, maybe putting one of the ports into my existing DMZ established by my ASA and putting in the same VLAN as another SSID so my kids' friends can have their own wireless hotspot without wacking my internal network. I have a diagram of my plaything....errrm....network at this link: http://www.breezy.ca/?q=node/152 Take the WRT54GS out of the picture and substitute the WRV200 and you the idea. /Eric moderator and contributor to LinksysInfo.org webmaster and contributor to Breezy.ca <-- have you got Breezy?