I'm on my second Wrv54g. The problem im having is trying to route a second network out to the internet through the wrv54g. I acts like it isnt natting the second network. I currently have to networks 192.168.10.x that is the network of the wrv54g, and another network 192.168.100.x that is connected to a cisco 2900 switch and is being routed by a cisco 2500 router. When i connect the wrv54g I get an IP from my ISP through cable modem, and I can connect my laptop to the wrv54g router and get to the internet. When i connect say lan 2 to my switch where my 192.168.100.x network lives, and configure a static route to this network in the wrv54g I can ping the 192.168.100.x network from the wrv54g and my laptop connected to the wrv54g, and from the 192.168.100.x network i can ping the wrv45g router and my laptop. When I try to get to the internet say google.com, or this site it just dies. I have a DNS server on my network and it will not resolve to any external address's like google ect unless I add the LAN ip of the wrv54g router as a forwarder, then it resolves but the computers still cannot get to the internet. I setup a syslog server, and pointed the wrv54g to the syslog server, and when I try to get to google.com from the 192.168.100.x network I can see the router except the connection out, but I dont see anything back, and once in a while I'll actially see something try to cme back and the router denies it saying blocking-rule. Anyone else have any issues with routing another network through their wrv54g? Currently I have an Linksys BEFSR81 router in place and everything work perfactly. Once I replace the BEFSR81 with the WRV54G I no longer can get to the internet from my second network. I'm not using VPN at this time just tryig to get the basic function of the router to work for me. Sorry for the long winded post. Any help greatly appriciated.