I'm wondering if anyone might have an explanation for the following issue that popped up for me the other day... I've been running an Linksys E4200 (Shibby build -> tomato-E4200USB-NVRAM60K-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-99-Mega-VPN) as a Wireless Ethernet Bridge connecting to my landlord's Belkin F7D8302 Play N600 router. It's been running in this configuration for about 2 months but the other day I noticed that I was no longer obtaining an IP through the Belkin's DHCP server on any of my devices. As far as I know, nothing was changed on the Belkin so I'm kind of stumped as to what happened. I took a look into both router logs and didn't see anything abnormal. I have a refurb E4200 with a slight overclock (480->500) so at first I thought it was something hardware related, but after further investigation I have no idea. I've tried clocking back to stock speeds, resetting NVRAM to defaults (thorough), hard 30/30/30 resets, flashing to the latest Shibby build 101, and switching over to a DD-WRT set up. I could still connect fine after manually assigning an IP for each of my machines, but this was a pain in the ass so I switched over to using my E4200 as a repeater on a separate subnet with it's own DHCP server and it's doing the trick. Any ideas as to what went wrong?