[Toronto, Ontario, Canada] Hello, I've recently moved from Rogers to Sympatico because of Torrent problems. When I was on Rogers, I used a WRT54GL, and got dd-wrt (had problems), then moved to HyperWRT thibor15c... and after finally getting it to work right without kicking off wifi users, and staying stable, I was happy. Then torrent problems, so I switched to Sympatico. Now, Sympatico sent me a Speedstream 6520 router modem (a DSL modem which also serves as a wireless router, thereby eradicating the need to use our own router). But I want to use WRT54GL. And after researching how to make it use with the 6520, I made one eth connection from the 6520 to the WRT and it was fine. Except, it kept disconnecting once every 2-3 hours. Drove me nuts. And I tried to make a forum on HyperWRT and I think the author got a little icked that I was blaming the firmware/router rather than the ISP/modem. (But what else can I do? I tried connecting direct with the modem provided, and it was all fine.) So, I ditched HyperWRT. And now I'm on Tomato. Reset with NVRAM flash on HyperWRT, then uploaded tomato, and then started configuring tomato (and used it for a whole night.. and noticed it disconnected atleast 8-10 times during the night. Then realized I forgot to do a full reset with NVRAM flash AFTER flashing tomato, so I did that in the morning) Finally, it didn't work as it disconnected twice in 2 hours. So, I reset everything.. and connected the WRT to the 6520, and kept the WRT on DHCP instead of PPPoE, and opened up the 6520's GUI and made the settings for PPPoE. So, 6250 connected to Sympatico, and gave a DHCP IP to the WRT (WRT was also on DHCP). And in 6520, I DMZ'd the WRT. But many people say the DMZ in 6520 is broke and it won't really work. So this is my temporary solution. Eventually, I want the 6520 to ONLY act as the modem. And I use the WRT to set the PPPoE user/pass and make it connect to Sympatico and act as a router/dhcpd/etc. I'm requesting help so I don't have disconnects with the aforementioned setup. Thank you.