Hey, First of all I'm not 100% sure if it is a Tomato issue or not. In case it isn't it must be a hardware defect because it used to work for a long time and I also tested it with the default modem/gateway as it came with my ISP and the internet connection was up for more than 4 days (when I aborted testing). My configuration: I'm using the Tilgin Vood 422 ADSL modem in bridged mode and connect with my Linksys WRT54GS v4 via PPPoE. Some time ago I started to notice that the connection is getting dropped quite frequently, i.e. every 24 hours or less. Also, the rooter rebooted itself from time to time... I have re-flashed it with 1.25 and cleared the NVRAM. This did at least help in a way as it increased the time between reboots (still it did reboot after several days). Since they connection drops still were there I decided to give 1.26 beta a try, but still the same. So, I'm back to 1.23 now and seeing how it goes. It's now 24 hours the connection is up but, of course, that's not yet enough to say it's good now. In the meantime I wanted to ask if there are any known issues? Is there anything else I could be looking at? Edit: I should also mention that the logs didn't contain much useful information, only: Code: Sep 29 14:07:59 ? daemon.warn pppoe: LCP appears to be disconnected (pending: 5). Sep 29 14:08:04 ? user.info redial: WAN down. Reconnecting... Any help appreciated! Cheers!