Good day, I'm running Tomato 1.10 on a WRT54GSv2.1. For quite some time, I've been having trouble staying online with my wireless WAN (not my 802.11, rather it's a wireless ISP connection running at ~900Mhz) connection. It connects via PPPoE. My ISP has forwarded me the logs from their end and it shows it's a user disconnect, where Tomato tells me simply that the WAN is down and it's redialing. Is there any further diagnostics I can perform on my end, short of running through a hub or switch with port mirroring and running a dump on the traffic, hoping to catch something there? The ISP shows 80+ user initiated disconnects over ~30 days, and I can tell you I'm not telling it to disconnect. Specifics, I did juice the radio a bit and I have the Linksys 7dbi omni antennas. No other modifications. I have had this problem for as long as I've been running Tomato (1.07) as well as various versions of DD-WRT (v23, 23sp1, 23sp2) so I'm quite sure it's not the software. I would just like more information on why the router thinks it's disconnected. Also something to note: The ISP has acknowledged (finally) that there are definately some provisioning issues, that the service is oversold. As a result, latency is all over the board, though they have been performing some upgrades on the backhaul to the CO which have improved things somewhat. There is also known issues with unusual network traffic such as a misconfigured monitoring device that was flooding the network (fixed after sending multiple wireshark capture logs to prove it) as well as excessive ARP traffic. At times even windows SMB traffic can be seen. Yup, it's pretty mickey mouse, but it's the only option out in the rural areas of southern Ontario. At least they've finally acknowledged the problem and are working to fix it.