In my office, I have a Linksys WRT3200ACM router. In the A/V rack, I have another WRT3200ACM set to wireless bridge mode to the main router. My TV, AVR, DVR, etc. are hardwired into the wireless bridge. All is dandy. My DVR is a HR24. Long story short, when you let the DVR on the network, it does guide searches in the cloud and that breaks all the time. So... I let it on my LAN for MediaShare, but I block it from internet access by using Parental Controls on the main router. On my old router (also a Linksys, but an older model), using parental controls did the trick and kept the HR24 off the internet. On the WRT3200ACM, this seems broken as it still lets the HR24 online. I'm working with Linksys to resolve the issue, but I'm wonder if you networking / DVR gurus can think of any other way to let the DVR on the LAN, but not online? Anything I can do on the DVR side? I want to let all the other A/V stuff online though. The DVR has a static IP if that gives you any ideas? Maybe I can put it on a different subnet and somehow block the subnet, but I'm assuming it has to do DNS lookups to my PC for MediaShare. Maybe something with advanced routing?