Sharing my findings from my attempts to maximize router signal strength. I have a Linksys WRT54G (v2) and Buffalo WHR-G125 configured as AP and wireless client. Installed firmwares: Toastman (Tomato Firmware v1.28.7634 Toastman-IPT-ND ND VLAN-VPN) and shibby (Tomato Firmware 1.28.0005 112 ND SD-VPN) respectively. Found that the WEB GUI's advanced wireless setting for Transmit Power is 400 maximum, but setting 400 will not give maximum signal strength. Realized this when I telnet into the console and found 'wl txpwr' value is lower than if I set the Transmit Power to 0 in webgui. See log: (web-gui Transmit Power set to 400) root@linksys:/tmp/home/root# wl txpwr pwr in mw 104 pwr in mw after override adj 104 398 (web-gui Transmit Power set to 0) root@linksys:/tmp/home/root# wl txpwr pwr in mw 127 pwr in mw after override adj 127 1496 Can future firmware remove the 400 cap for the Transmit Power webgui setting, if i manually try 'wl txpwr xxxxx' values, mine can go up to 1455 giving the txpwr of 1496. Just wondering if signal strength can be increased by any other settings?