We have an IT guy for our company that recommended the WRV54G because we want to move our propietary software towards a centralized database structure. So, we bought one of these units for every single one of our stores, which now I am even wondering if we needed to do. Did every store need one? We are using the dedicated tunnel page and do not have any quickvpn software running. We also have a proxy set up so that we may observe web traffic and keep everyone using the work computers away from certain activity. It seems that every day, nobody can get on the net that is set up through the proxy because our WRV54G at the headquarters has locked up. A simple power cycle at HQ doesnt work because each store then needs to do the same thing so the vpn tunnel gets connected again. We have had the lines tested per linksys and we are practically on top of the CSO for bell, so the lines signal is excellent. We got a new modem, and per the techs request. we set up the PPoE in the modem in addition to the router and passed through the static IP. He said that sometimes this helps keep the modem up. Bell blames Linksys, Linksys blames bell. So, I guess I have a few questions. Is the best way to set up the VPN through the dedicated tunnel setup with the same unit at every store? What can I do to keep the WRV54G connected? Is it the VPN setup or something with the router? We are on our 2nd router at our HQ and using 2.37 SBC DSL 3m/512k with a static ip address. Every store is set up on a seperate ip scheme: 192.168.1.xxx 192.168.2.xxx Thanks in advance for any input you provide!!