Hi! I went from sveasoft 1.0 to dd-wrt 22-pre5. My 2.2 wrt54g router is rebooting all to often. Every 5 mins or so. My wrt54g configuration is setup to the defauls of 4096 connections 3600 udp/tcp timeout my emule client is using default nr of max connections, which is 200. Azureus is 1500 max. upnp in azureus is disabled. I have even tried to close the p2p clients, but the box still boots. Btw. I use a fan to blow air onto the router through the top-vents. (I use default safe xmit power, so no overheating here) Now --- why is it booting ? Is it happening under load perhaps ? Is the unit deffective ? I have done all the reset, factory defaults stuff. No dice here. Then I changed max connections from 4096 to 3072 and now I have a uptime of about 15 mins...breaking records here. The thing is becoming stable. LOL. So I thought. Then after a while the router stops responding to pings, a few good pings comes through but most were timed out. Ofcourse the web interface was not responding either. Funny enough the internet worked fine, p2p was working. But I found it weird that the web console would not work ... So I decided to power cycle the thing. Now it's bricked...again, the 2nd time it happens for me. It is so easy to brick this p.o.s. This time I can't revive it the easy way (reset). I thought that bricking a router meant doing a bad flash. It seems like running the unit normally can brick it too. I would kill for a refund b/c this has really taken me some time to try to fix and Ive come no close to a solution. I came from a software based router solution, kerio winroute along with cfosspeed as QOS. There things worked perfectly, exept for I wanted to have a more stable hardware solution, and look where it got me. I bought this router b/c all of the praise it got. But I can't seem to like it. Just to make things clear I am no network n00b. example I have used fwbuilder etc successfully with sveasoft 1.0 to overcome the port forwarding limitation. Sveasoft was also unstable for me. I originally bought this router to make it act like a wireless AP for my laptop. I then took the wrong decision to also make it act like a router for my entire network. Regards Gibman.