John,

If you can configure the WRT54G to not have a default gateway then it
shouldn't route wireless traffic beyond the subnet that includes the
wireless devices + any wired devices that get DHCP info from the WRT54G.


I had thought about doing that, but then if I put the PCs on the WRT too
they would lose access to the regular LAN + internet. I hadn't thought
about just doing dual-NIC. That sounds like a very safe method to do it. I
don't think any of the PCs are dual NIC on the MB, but NICs are cheap so
that is definitely one possibility.

Anyone else have suggestions on how to do this without going dual NIC?

Doug

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