Hi everyone, I've searched through the posts and can't find an answer to this specific issue I'm having. If there is a thread on this already please point me to it and I won't bore you with the details. If not, here goes: I've had an iPad1 64G for a few weeks now and I really like it, but I'm not getting much use out of it due to a specific issue with my wifi. I can get on, and stay on wifi in my home with my work PC, my wife's Macbook Pro, my Asus eee, and a myriad of other wifi enabled devices. But my iPad keeps dropping the connection. I can connect just fine with no issues whatsoever, then browse online for ~10-15 minutes then I'm just bounced off. I go back to wifi, disconnect from my network (it still shows as connected at this point and even shows the wifi symbol in the upper left hand corner), then reconnect and boom I'm back on and running for another 10-15 minutes. I feel like this has something to do with an incompatibility issue between my iPad and my router. If I take my iPad somewhere else it will connect and stay connected with no issues. Hardware/Software: Router: Airlink 101 AR670W Router OS: DD-WRT (build 12874) Devices connected: ~8-10 Wireless Mode: AP Network Mode: Mixed Wireless Channel: 6 - 2.437 GHz Channel Width: 20Mhz Security: WPA2 Personal Type: TKIP+AES Key Renewal Interval (in seconds): 3600 Any suggestions? I really appreciate any help you can give!!!