Sorry to be non-specific with my title. I am not THAT experienced in wireless networking. Any answers, however, can be quite technical as I am a very experienced PC troubleshooter....just not networking :wink: OK. We are using Tomato on 2 out of our 3 Linksys WRT54G routers (I can't get to the 3rd one). Our set-up is quite simple with a cable modem feeding into #1, then #2 and #3 set as repeaters. We use the Robert "Robson" Mytkowski script to provide differing bandwidth allocation to our users. We release MAC addresses for internet access and use a WEP2 key to stop unwanted visitors. Recently I had noticed a drop in some bandwidth intermittently. I reset my modem, then my routers one by one. I contacted my ISP (useless...we are in Bangkok) and they told me that it was not a problem at their end. Banging my head against a wall I thought I would wait out this issue. Last night we had a power outage and upon the power being restored I noticed that my international bandwidth had restored. This morning I watched it die again. I thought I would do a reset, but nothing changed. I went into Tomato admin and did a reboot, now everything is better, but I am seeing massively fluctuating bandwidth whilst using Rapidshare (I am a premium user, so there is no throttling on my account). Normally my CFosSpeed shows a steady 220-250kbps, but now it is varying between 40-220kbps. Is there something in my setup that could affect this? I am happy to provide any information requested to make sure it is not a problem with my router so that I can confidently throw things at my ISP. If it is a problem with my router set-up I would love to learn what I am doing wrong. Sorry about the length, I just wanted to explain the routers behaviour to see whether anybody else had suffered similar or knew what the problem was.