Suddenly, my t42 and my linksys wrt51ab have decided they don't like each other anymore. I've not had any problems with my Desktop, or any other devices on the network (tivo, xbox). Lemme see if I can diagram the setup: Cable Modem /\ \/ WRT51AB - wireless - T42 |--wire--TiVo |--wire--Xbox |--wire--switch--desktop |--wire--switch--misc. Yeah, that's more available ports than I use, but I like having the extra couple ports in the other room (with my desktop) and the misc. is just anything else I need to hook up in the main room (right now, my laptop is on wire off that router). Here's what's going on: My laptop will most of the time not connect to the wireless. It's been fine since I got it back in October, but all of a sudden, it doesn't like this router. I say that because it connects to the wireless at school just fine, both are 802.11b. Sometimes it won't connect at all, sometimes it will only connect for a minute. Most of the time, it just gets a "limited connection." The problem is not the following, as all have been tried/addressed: -Drivers (all up to date) -needed Linksys firmware update (y'all should know they basically never did anything to support this router) -power cycling (i mean, really. suggesting this makes it sound like you think I'm an idiot.) I've read a lot of reviews that just seem to repeat: your router sucks. If that's the case, then I guess I just need to upgrade. I've had a lot of suggestions of interference (I'm in an apt. complex, and I can always see 7-12 other networks, and lord knows there are a million wireless phones), but channel changing hasn't done anything for me. Any suggestions or ideas are appreciated!