Hi all. First of all, if there is any info that you need and I have missed, just ask and I will try to provide it. I own a WRT54GS Linksys router, serial CGN60... A few months ago I flashed it with HyperWRT GSv4 Thibor15c firmware off www.thibor.co.uk. It has worked well, except for two issues. 1) Firefox randomly tells me that the connection was reset when trying to load a page. This happens with about one in 20 page loads, and is not limited to any particular server. If I reload the page, there are no problems. 2) More frustratingly, the internet connection drops out. The WiFi signal is fine, but there is no internet connectivity. My cable modem is an "ARRIS DOCSIS 1.1 / PacketCable 1.0 Touchstone Telephony Modem HW_REV: 32". The router is connected to the cable modem via ethernet. This happens about once a day now. It didn't happen previously, and I can't think of any changes that may have caused this. When this happens, if I try to ssh into the router, I will get a 30 second - 1 minute delay before the password prompt appears. The web interface generally loads quickly. In the status section of that page, everything seems fine. I have a normal IP address (200.x), the DNS servers are fine and so on, yet there is no connection to the outside world. Pinging google.com does not work, but probably because the router will only ping IP addresses, I'm not sure if it does a DNS lookup for this. At times, though, the router is assigned 192.168.100.2 (the cable modem is accessible on 192.168.100.1) and there are no DNS servers listed in the status page. Sometimes this issue goes away on its own, sometimes I power cycle the router and press the reset button on the cable modem (can't power cycle it, it has a backup battery as it's also used for telephony). Eventually things go back to normal. Issue number 1) seems to me to be most certainly an issue with the router. Issue number 2) might have something to do with my ISP, but I thought I'd ask here, as they'd probably give a deep sigh if I told them that I was using a flashed wifi router. Thanks. p.