We have a WRT54G v5 wireless router and it has been really flakey lately. Every once in a while, something weird happens where it pretty much stops sending DHCP info -- I don't know all of the technical details, but a machine will appear to connect to the router but will not receive a local IP or be able to access anything (even the router config web page). When this happens, often it is not enough to reboot the router or delete entries from the DHCP client list, you usually have to screw around with the settings until it is sufficiently reset. The firmware is up-to-date. Does anyone else have issues with this thing? Any suggestions? I guess it's pretty stressed out. There are a couple of wired devices and probably 7-8 wireless machines coming and going during the day. Everyone gets knocked offline regularly from the interference by the microwave oven. I have a feeling that the mickey mouse DHCP server inside this thing just isn't robust enough for our needs, although I didn't think we were being that demanding.