Currently working at a place that's kind of willy-nilly about their wireless networks. They have several APs (not routers) around the site, and they are all different models of Linksys (couple WAP54Gs, a WAP610N), a couple Netgear APs (can get model #s Monday) and I am looking to possibly uproot and update the entire network with (preferably) Tomato-powered routers. Question: Tomato doesn't support any APs, just routers, but one can set a router to be an AP, correct? I ask because they have an old AP or two decommissioned now, and I can see their settings, which don't seem to have analogs in a router I have setup replacing one. If needed I can explain and maybe diagram a bit? Of course, one of the staff wants me to specifically hard wire a small subset of the company, which will likely reduce the need for a more robust solution, but I still want to at least think and partially plan something like this out.