in the past I had a Netgear WNDR3700 running an older version of DD-WRT as WLAN router. There is a Buffalo Airstation WLAE-AG300N configured as WDS Client(EC) attached in the Netgear's WLAN with to wired connected devices and spanning it's own WLAN for connecting my mobile equipment to have extended range.
All that was working fine till my Netgear died (radios damaged)
So i had to get a new router and got an Asus RT-N66U which I installed with Tomato USB 104 K26 USB AIO-64K 184.108.40.206.
No i have a problem with the WDS client, I can't find out what it is.
The Buffalo gets connected to the Asus' WLAN. the equipemt wired to the Buffalo can reach all the Network (LAN/WAN). Any wireless equipment connected to the Buffalo's WLAN can reach the buffalo and the deviced cabled to the buffalo, but not anything beyond the Buffalo.
A notebook cabled to the Buffalo ca reach all networks (LAN/WAN). A Notebook connected wireless to an access point cabled to the Buffalo can reach all devices connected to the Buffalo but nothin beyond the Buffalo.
A test with sme configuration but a Vodafone easyBox 802 instead of the Asus router is fine, everything works. So there might be some magic with the Asus router running the tomato usb.
After a couple of days I like the tomato system, especially the ability to get a real external IP for DDNS. (the Asus router is connected to a special router from Deutsche Telekom to handle the full ip installation)
But the WDS issue lets my hair getting grey….
Could anyone give me a hint?