Hello people, new to the forum and thought I would ask a question/post a problem. Just to be clear on the configuration: 1. Comcast cable service. 2. RCA DCM245 cable modem 3. WRV54G router a. HW rev.02 b. FW 2.31 through 2.38 With the router setup for DHCP as required by the cable service, whenever I make a configuration change (which requires the router to restart), or cycle power to the router, it fails to reconnect to the cable modem. On the Status>System performance page, everything shows up normal, and all my clients can talk to each other. They just canâ€™t get out through the WAN port to any Internet sites. The router has a valid IP address, and the DNS information is valid as well. I can go to the Status>Router admin page, and renew the IP address, which by the way doesn't change when renewed, and shazam, I'm back out through the WAN port. I know this is not a major bug, but it is a bug just the same. I tried a WRT54G in place of the WRV, and it does NOT exhibit this problem. I can cycle power to the WRT, and it comes right back up running. The WRV does not; I have to renew the IP manually in the status page to get back out on the Internet. As a side note, when I use the WRV at another location, which uses DSL, and PPPOE, the WRV performs fine. This appears to only be an issue in the aforementioned DHCP/cable modem configuration. I wont bother telling you what Linksys tech support said, someone may have a heart attack from laughing that hardâ€¦â€¦ Anyone else experiencing this problem, or have any ideas??