Im sorry to start another "cordless phone" thread but after much searching I cannot find a solid answer. I have a pain in the ass frequency hoping 2.4ghz Panasonic cordless phone. It uses a frequency range of 2406mhz to 2478mhz. My WRT54GS can operate between 2412mhz and 2462mhz, depending on the channel selected. So obviously my phone can walk all over my wireless signal and it usually does. About half the time a phone line is activated (using the phone) I will lose my wireless signal. The other half of the time, I get lucky with the frequency lottery and both signals can co-exist nicely. Or I can press the channel botton on the phone a few times until the wireless works but its a real pain in the ass because there is no easy way to permently set the phone frequency. My question is, Is there a 3rd party utility (ie. Sveasoft) that can force my wireless router to operate at a frequency outside its normal range? If I can get my wireless router to run at < 2406mhz (or > 2462mhz) it should completely avoid cordless phone signals, regardless of what channel the phone lands on. But Im not sure if my wireless cards (WPC54GS) can operate on a non standard frequency. I guess I could play the signal amplification game but seperating the wireless and phone frequencies makes more sense.