I'm starting this thread at work, even though the problem is at home, because I'm hoping to get a jump on the problem. I'll reply later if someone needs more information, and hopefully we can figure the problem out. I know a little bit about wireless routers, and some of the settings, but this one has me completely baffled. My roommates and I switched ISPs to Charter and their 5 Meg service just a little bit ago. We tried, in vain, to get my Linksys WRT54G (version 5) working consistently. It had problems with our old ISP, too. Josh and I both have macs. I have a MacBook and a Power Mac, and he has a MacBook as well. Jim has a Dell desktop and a Sony laptop. With the Linksys, every time Jim would wake his computer up, it would "steal" the internet connection and kick both me and Josh offline. When him and I were able to get back online, the connection would last only a short time. So, Josh decided that the router was the problem and went out and bought a new Netgear RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router , thinking that maybe we needed something that could handle more traffic. (Side note: Perhaps someone could tell me why we'd possibly need a Wireless-N router with 270Mbps, when our connection is limited to 5Mbps.) Now, with the wireless-N router, I cannot access certain sites, such as the MR front page. Google will not work, nor anything with Google analytics or adsense. ESPN.com will not work. I have tried on both of my computers, and both of them are displaying the same problem. Josh's MacBook, however, is just fine. We have no "blocked sites" in the router settings, and the security is set to WPA2. I can connect, and visit other sites, but not a strange list of sites. Any ideas on what I can check for?