I upgraded to HyperWRT on my WRT54G in November. To use Wallwatcher logging I am using the following scripts #startup sleep 2 /sbin/klogd /sbin/syslogd -R 192.168.1.100 echo "#!/bin/sh" > /tmp/loggit.sh echo "while true" >> /tmp/loggit.sh echo "/usr/bin/killall -9 klogd" >> /tmp/loggit.sh echo "sleep 1" >> /tmp/loggit.sh echo "/sbin/klogd" >> /tmp/loggit.sh echo "sleep 960" >> /tmp/loggit.sh echo "done" >> /tmp/loggit.sh chmod 700 /tmp/loggit.sh /tmp/loggit.sh & #Firewall /usr/sbin/iptables -R INPUT 7 -j logdrop /usr/sbin/iptables -R INPUT 1 -j logdrop -m state --state INVALID From the first, I noticed that if I stopped Wallwatcher in any way, to restart it I had to re-boot the router [soft or hard] Then just recently, the router loggong stops for no reason and the only way to restart it is to to a reset [and put all the scripts back in, of course]. I watched the LED's & after they all flash in self test, the red Diag light keeps on flashing for a while [it eventually goes off]. I checked Linksys support and they said that it is faulty/incorrectly loaded firmware - re-flash (I wasn't about to say I wasn't using their firmware). I also noticed that for the past couple months [using Linksys firmware, connections between PCs have been just dropping [4 wired, 1 wireless] although connection to the internet is OK Is this something in HyperWRT or is my router just dying?