Yeah, another "My wireless network has problems" thread. Sorry. Alright, so at home, about 10 feet above my head (through a floor), sits an Airport Express plugged into the cable modem. I get 80%+ signal. At work, a Linksys is about 4 feet behind me (through a wall). I get 100% signal. At work AND at home, I got about 20% packetloss on a ping of google.com. At home, I can ping the Airport Express for hours with 0% packet loss. At work, my wireless network connection drops frequently. At home, it used to but hasn't in a while. It actually dropped while posting this message. Here's syslog: Jan 12 15:00:50 localhost kernel: AirPort: Link DOWN Jan 12 15:01:33 localhost kernel: AirPort: Link DOWN (out-of-range) Jan 12 15:01:36 localhost kernel: AirPort: Link UP: "*****" - 0012176d3ab6 - chan 11 I am using interface robustness. What's going on here? I never used to have problems. Is there a log I can look at? Should i be paying attention to tcpdump?