Hi, I've got a somewhat weird problem I'm hoping someone can help me figure out. I'm running a Mac Pro and a Macbook Pro laptop, both under a WRT54GL router running Tomato 1.23 (quick note--I've tried this with prev versions of Tomato as well). The Mac Pro is in the same room as the router, and is connected via Ethernet. The laptop is connected wirelessly, usually from upstairs. My Internet access is via 15Mbps down cable modem (Eastlink ISP). I noticed that when downloading the same file on each computer, I was getting FASTER download speeds using the laptop wirelessly than when using the Mac Pro--in fact, TWICE as fast (yes, I did numerous speed tests, made sure to do the tests right after each other to make sure it's not Internet traffic-related, did several tests at the same time to make sure it wasn't a one-off result, etc). This seemed puzzling. So I decided to do a quick test. I downloaded a large file (the Second Life .dmg installer) using the Mac Pro. It downloaded at a consistent 180 KBps or so. I disconnected the Mac Pro's incoming Ethernet cable at the router, and connected it directly to my cable modem's port, then tried again to download the same file. This time, it downloaded at full speed--1.7 MBps (!!!) I put the cable back, tried again....and we're back to the crummy 180 KBps download. I repeated this test several times to make sure I wasn't imagining it. Now, I know connecting directly to the modem will speed things up compared to going through ANY router, but this result seems to suggest that something amiss is happening with the WAN download using the WRT54GL--particularly through the Ethernet LAN ports (the wireless downloads, at around 450 KBps for the same file, don't seem too unreasonable, given that I can achieve that speed wirelessly from two floors up). But I'm jiggered if I know what it could be. Does anyone have any ideas how I might solve this? Thanks!