Howdy all, I've had my router since the begining of December, and up until this point I've had no problems. Then last week after a reinstalled Windows Xp my router takes a dump. Well, a half dump. No internet, but it was still connected to both of my computers, one wireless, one hard-wired, as I can still access the management screen by typing in the routers IP. It is also still connected within my home network just fine, as I can still send files between my computers. I tried rebooting the router, it didn't work. When I noticed the new firmware, I upgraded, "BAM!" worked like a charm! That is, until this evening. I'm a heavy user, I use my cable connection for work and play, I'm on it at least 8 hours a day. So I know for a fact that it has been working flawlessly this past week. So, tonight it crapped out again. Same problem. I tried reflashing the firmware, tried doing it in management mode, I looked at every setting that i could make sense of, but to no avail. I know that it is the router, because when I plug straight into my modem, as I currently am, I have no problems. After I flashed it the last time, my connection to the net stayed live for maybe 5 minutes, then it went dead again. That is the longest all night that I have managed to get it working. I would appreciate any help you all can give me. If you need more info than I have given, let me know what. Much thanks, -Anthony Also, I have yet to contact linksys, since as I've read on here, they seem to be less than helpfull. And, you know, if it can be avoided, I like to avoid such things.