I have a router issue.... Here is what I have. cable mode, linksys wireless g router, adtran router, 24port netgear switch. here is how its wired. cable modem -> linksys wan port -> lan port on linksys to wan port on adtran -> lan port on adtran to 24 port switch. linksys : 192.168.50.5 (no dhcp) (DMZ points to 192.168.50.100 wan port on adtran) adtran : 192.168.75.1 (dhcp enabled) (routing done here!) here is the issue. computers plugged into the 24 port switch get ip address via dhcp in the 192.168.75.xxx range. can surf, and see all ip address in 192.168.75.xxx AND 192.168.50.xxx.. computers that connect to the linksys wirelessly have to be set to an ip address of 192.168.50.xxx because they can not see the 192.168.75.xxx address nor the adtrans dhcp server. They can surf if you specify an address. If you try and set an address of 192.168.75.xxx it will tell you the ip address is already in use? even though its not. My question is what kind of static route do i need to setup between the adtran and the linksys so that the wireless users see the samething the 24port wired users do? I can not rearange the routers. They must stay in this configuration. Because when the adtran is placed first, servers behind it can not be accessed via their wan addresses. The linksys doesnt have this limitation. But i can not NAT with the linksys because of its limit of port forwarding. i have tried somethings in the advanced routing ont he linksys, but don't know if i need to something similar on the adtran to complete the tunnel.