Drill the holes in the backplate, put separating screws and assure it to the backplate with nuts. This is the best way and other solutions are botched jobs in my opinion.I'm looking for a better method than drilling holes in the backplate.
This is the problem with DD-WRT. It's unable to act as a real bridge.I think you mean the clients connected to this router ?
You have to ensure that this device is acting as true bridge, then every user will be provided with login page.
He said one amp in each radio, so there is a total of 3 amps of 3W in the 2.4Ghz band...Could also be congestion. And... where in the world can you legally run that kind of power?