Hi all, So I'm having a lot of trouble connecting to the Internet over WiFi with my RT-N16 and, it seems, every Linux firmware I've used: two builds of DD-WRT, plus TomatoUSB-build 54 (official), TomatoRAF-1.28.9006, and Toast-1.28.7483. Variously, I can either - connect to the Internet under the same old speeds, connect to the Internet but at slower speeds, not connect at all for a few minutes, and not connect at all indefinitely. (At all times, DHCP is working fine, and I am actually connected to the router itself.) This crippled DD-WRT, and I am happier with Tomato, but I'm not sure what to do anymore. Rebooting the router sometimes gets the connection back, but not consistently. Ditto 30/30/30 and erasing NVRAM via the web GUI. Wireless settings are at their defaults, and moreover, I'm not even sure this is a wireless issue as this phenomenon eventually happens over GigE - it's rock solid for the first few hours, but then...? Something happens. Latest attempt, it's up and running for 1.5hrs with no drops over Ethernet (but several intermittent drops over WiFi, on several clients, at distances near and far). To top it all off, every so often DHCP will not renew, and I need to set up this PITA Actiontec double-bridge again. Sometimes DHCP won't take on the verizon router after resetting it; so far I've had to call Verizon twice to reset my ONT - e.g. I'm starting to lose it. The only thread I've found with complaints about this problem specifically is this old one, where I posted my issues but didn't find a reply. I'm not sure if (a) there's some magical setting I'm missing here, (b) this PITA double bridge is the cause of all the problems (which I doubt considering how many others have reported it), (c) this router is defective and I should flash it back to the ASUS firmware (where do I get that again?), ship it back, and consign myself to my Actiontec and its tiny connection table. Any takers?