I suppose it's too late now, but did you try changing the wireless channel?<br><br>I had similar problems on my current Linksys WRT54G. I tried updating the firmware and even installed DD-WRT (the hacked open source firmware) to no avail. Then a light bulb went off and I changed the channel. It worked.<br><br>I have always lived in apartment buildings with a lot of wireless access points in them and I know there are a few out there that just seem to blast the hell out of anything else on the same channel. The congestion has gotten so annoying that I'm thinking about upgrading to 802.11n as soon as I find a good reliable router that will use DD-WRT.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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