I have been coming here for a few years trying to get this Homepass thing working. 20 years ago when I was in my teen years and regularly messed up my parent's computer and I got pretty darn good with them so I could fix it before they figured out I broke it. I could never understand why my parents didn't have the patience with computers to get them to do what they needed it to. Now I'm 20 years older. And I've grown impatient with them. I blame my lack of time. I used to get home from school and have 8 hours to myself each night. Nowadays I'm lucky if I get an hour to myself. So a few years ago I started using Homepass with my dd-WRT router and it worked decently enough. I did not like having to get in and retype the MAC address. It seemed like a waste of time to me. I found the MAC cycling script that is said to work with the dd-WRT and gave it a try with no results. So I shelved the idea because our internet at the time wasn't real good anyway. Now here I am. My kids got two 3DS XL's for Christmas and I got to keep my daughters old 3DS. I've been carrying around my new (to me) 3DS for a week now and even went to a concert yesterday. Not a single legit Streetpass. Not one. I'm done with this. I want to get the Mac Cycling working. I've read the how-to's and I don't understand them. I don't have the time to understand them I guess. I've fumbled around with them a bit but I haven't been able to figure it out. I've got my regular N900 WiFi router that feeds my house internet. It is set up to handle the DHCP for the household. I have two options (that I can see) for the Homepass. I have a WRT54G V1.1 with dd-WRT VINT mini 18*** on it. I also have (as recommended by this thread) a Monoprice Ultra Mini N Adapter. I want a mac cycler to run on either of them. I want to sit and play all these darn Streetpass games and have either the computer or the router automatically cycle through the MAC addresses. Help me! Ask me a question! I'll answer it with whatever information you need to help me to figure out how I can do this!