Ok, I foresee this post being fairly long, so I'm going to get right to it. I currently use Road Runner service with a 15/1.5 bandwidth limit. I have the cable modem connected to a WRT54G-TM currently running the new Tomato with Kernel 2.6 Beta 07 from teddy_bear. That is connected through WDS to another WRT54G running Tomato on the other side of the apartment. I also have an Apple Time Capsule connected to the original WRT54G-TM broadcasting a 5gz N-only signal. A few times a day, visiting websites becomes unresponsive. I can connect to them "Website found, waiting for reply..." but no content loads. During this time, I am unable to connect to Tomato GUI on the main router. I can, however, connect to Tomato on the 2nd WDS router. Things I have done: -Use OpenDNS as my DNS servers entered into Tomato. -First, I had Time Warner come out and check things out. They tested the line, said that was fine but gave me a brand new cable modem (which seems much faster BTW) but I still get these hiccups. -I originally had an Asus WL-520GU router running Tomato 1.25 with the same issue. I removed that and replaced it with the WRT54G-TM, cleared NVram and inputted my settings manually. I'm getting fed up, and I have a feeling that Tomato is involved, especially since I cannot connect to the web interface while these "hiccups" are happening. Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this?