Ok, here's the setup: So, being suitably unimpressed with the Sky Hub I'm trying overcome a couple of issues. 1) 10/100Mbps Ethernet connections 2) Only 2.4Ghz WiFi 3) Understand the port forwarding rules I'll need to create 4) Working around its built in DHCP I can't turn off Ok, last thing first - As far as I'm aware the Sky Hub can't have it's DHCP server turned off. To avoid that 10/100Mbps connection between my ASUS router and the Sky hub being used for local network stuff I assume what I'm best doing is letting the ASUS router create a local network in a different IP range? So have the Sky Hub setup to issue IP's in the range 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.255 then have the ASUS router assign IP's in the range 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.255. Should I plug the Sky Hub into the WAN port on the ASUS router? This would make sense to me... When it comes to port forwarding on the Sky hub what do I do to get this working? Do I need to forward everything to the ASUS router IP so it can forward again to the correct IP, or will the Sky Hub work if I forward to a different subnet range? Am I being pedantic about not using the Sky Hub DHCP? Should I disable my router DHCP? Will I notice my drop in network performance if DHCP connections have to use that 10/100 connection to the Sky Hub?