Okay, well sometimes it's fine for a day, sometimes it needs resetting many times. I know the basics of networking, but I'm an application developer, not a network technician. So I'll describe what we're using and how we're using it and maybe someone could suggest what's going wrong, how to fix it or what hardware we should have for our needs. The Router is the WRT54G. It has another non wifi Linksys attached as a switch because we use more than 4 wired ports. basically 6 or 7 computers (hey, there are 5 people living here) hooked up via CAT5. One is an XBox360, 1 Mac G5... one computer uses BitTorrents a lot, another uses newsgroups to download. 2 computers hook up wifi, one is a laptop media center which just moves media files around to play and a Nintendo Wii. So basically we'll use our internet connections pretty constant on 2 computers and intermediately on a few of the others. So the internet will stop working. Sometimes we have to reset (pull out the plug for about 10-30 seconds) the cable modem, most often it's the WRT54G we have to reset (theres a button to push on the front or pull the plug). Now I've had the internet with routers for years. FIOS, DSL, Cable. Usually Linksys, sometimes netgear. Always a heavy downloader, but I've never had this problem to this extent. Maybe once a week with little spurts of resetting. It's only with this many computers and this much downloading that I'm having this problem. I'm not sure if theres some way to test whats going wrong (like a log that records errors). I know number of computer wise, we're not abnormal, they're made to link together as switches. So does anyone have any advice on how to go or what product (preferrably Linksys) would clear up this problem?