Hi, I'm trying to get my WRT54Gv3 to connect to my D-Link DWL-G122 USB wireless adapter using WPA-PSK with TKIP, but every time I enable WPA, the power light will not stop flashing. I can powercycle the router to get the power light to go steady green, but after this, I can get no wireless connectivity at all. I have tried a Netgear WG111 wireless adapter, to no avail. I have also tried both adapters on another computer; no dice. Both machines have WinXP service pack 2. After the "crash", it'll see the network and connect, then drop the connection within 5 seconds. Afterward, it will either see the network and not connect, or will not see the network at all. The only way I've found to get any sort of wireless to work is to reset the router by holding in the reset button for 30 seconds. I'm convinced this is a router issue with WPA becuase I've tried both adapters on different PCs. Also, if I leave security disabled, it stays connected. If I use 128-bit WEP, that stays connected as well (providing that I turn off 802.x authentication in WinXP). However, as soon as I turn on WPA, it starts exhibiting the above behavior until I reset the modem. I've tried changing channels, reducing the length of the encryption passphrase, changing the signal beaconing to 50 ms, switching from TKIP to EAS, making sure 802.x authentication is disabled...all to no avail. I would really like to get WPA-PSK working if at all possible, as I am a bit paranoid about wireless security living in a subdivision and all. I have updated the router to the latest official firmware, 3.03.6. Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I am at my wit's end and have already gone through two Netgear WGR614v5 routers trying to get WPA-PSK to work, and would like to stick with Linksys if at all possible.