Here's my situation: My girlfriend and I play a lot of computer games together with our friends whom we went to high school with. We have two computers hooked up to the same network (Linksys WRT54GL / Tomato 1.07 Firmware) connecting to the same ventrilo server. Her computer experiences frequent disconnects from the server. I'm wondering if this is due to a firewall setting. I've configured a number of things on the router including static DHCP and quality of service. I know that port forwarding might be an issue with this predicament, but not sure how I would configure my firewall to forward the ports to more than one computer. We also experience issues in World of Warcraft. Her computer gets insane pings (upwards of 3000ms sometimes) and other times, she is in the green at a steady 150-200ms. She also gets disconnected infrequently. I have read lots of forum threads on this issue and everything I've tried so far has turned out to appear to help for about 20-30 minutes, but then the problem just comes back. Quality of service was one of the things I've tried, but I configured that for other reasons as well. I've also tried Dr. TCP as per a recommendation to someone else (possibly on this forum) and editing settings on both computers. Same thing happened. Major improvement for 20-30 minutes and then all the lag flooded right back. None of these solutions helped ventrilo, and I posted on the ventrilo forums as well. All of this happened before even with a Linksys BEFSR41 with default firmware. Anyway, I feel like I'm getting off track. If anyone has any helpful insight, I'd be happy if you'd share it with me. Thanks!