I have a RT-N16 with Toastman that I connect my desktop PC to via wired Ethernet. Anytime the desktop blue screens and locks up, the Internet dies. This makes no sense to me, why would the desktop affect Internet when it's only interaction is through the router? The router still accepts wifi connections during this time, and you can access the admin from a wireless device, but Internet does not work and you can't access the router admin remotely until you restart the desktop computer, at which point Internet is restored. No need to reboot router or modem or anything. I still need to troubleshoot why the computer crashes, but I assume its an issue with my webcam and Windows 8, as I use ustream as a free pet cam to watch our dog while I'm away. But it baffles my mind why a lockup could affect the router's connection. Any ideas?