I recently upgrade the firmware in my Linksys WRT54G to the latest, and I also upgraded my Comcast service to have them supply my phone. So I now have a Touchstone Telephony modem. And, the power flickered earlier this week. (That's at least 3 variables). Whenever the power goes out, I lose internet access. The problem has to be with the router (or router settings) since I have internet access when I connect the Touchstone directly to one of the computers on the network. The first time (last week), I tried things forever and couldn't get them to work until I downloaded and installed and ran the Linksys auto-connect software. It "found" an internet connection and things seemed to work fine after that. Yesterday, the power flickered again and this time the Linksys auto-connect software can't find the internet feed. The router will "see" the right IP address after doing a release and renew but doesn't apparently pass them on to the computer. I've tried setting the computer to DHCP and a static IP address and just cannot get internet access. I've also cloned the computer MAC address in to the router, but without success. I've unplugged the Touchstone modem and have also reset the modem with a paperclip (since it has a battery backup, unplugging it doesn't really do anything). No difference. I suppose it's possible the router was damaged when power was lost, but it works fine as a router. All 4 computers on the network can see and access each other (I don't have any wireless devices right now since my daughter and her wireless notebook are OOT for a while). Any ideas? I'd love to revert back to an older WRT54-G firmware to see if that fixes things, but I can't find any to download. From reading some of these posts, I'll probably try to re-flash with the latest hardware tonight after work, but I would be surprised if that makes a difference. TIA (Thanks in advance) to any who respond.