Hi all, I've searched around for an answer to this question with no success. I recently replaced an OLD (4-5 years old) Microsoft router in my office that was flaky and had to be rebooted frequently. I've had good success with the WRT54GL and Tomato at home, so I used that combination. Having made the replacement, I'm now seeing significant packet loss from laptops in the office. The Tomato "Device List" shows that a wireless picture frame about 10 feet away in the same room is being received by the router at -54dBm, but laptops that are about 50 feet away in the next room are showing -70 to -80dBm. I've read that -65dBm is a good target for a strong connection. Note the noise floor is showing up at -99dBm Meanwhile, the laptops show full bars and "good" signal strength from the router. Clearly, it is sending at a good strength, but it is not getting a strong enough signal from the laptops. Are there any settings I can tweak to improve reception to the router? I've already tried changing channels with minimal effect. Would prefer not to buy new antennae. I'm particularly surprised that the 4-5 year old flaky MSFT router had far better reception (when it was working). Also, my home WRT54GL + Tomato shows -57 dBm from devices that are 40 feet away through 2 walls, and of course no packet loss. Any suggestion would be much appreciated.