Cisco/Linksys WRT160N V2 is acting up again, although this time it may have been my fault. I came home at around midnight and my parents told me they couldn't stream media through their HTPC, so I checked all the computers in the house and they were all either extremely slow or constantly failing to load webpages. I went ahead and reset the router, nothing. I reset the modem and my internet was gone altogether. It turns out that there was an internet outage in my area and my internet stopped working for a couple hours. Well, I just got off a call with Time Warner now and everything works with the modem, I'm on TPU directly connected to the modem right now. My router though, is a different story. Microsoft says there's a DNS server error, and I have no clue what that means. I tried flushing the DNS cache through command prompt, but it didn't help. I reset the router again, didn't help. I pinged www.yahoo.com through command prompt and it said it couldn't find the homepage with that domain or something. I can access my router's homepage (192.168.1.1) while connected to it though. I was hoping that I could make it past the year problem-free, maybe permanently problem free, but that's too good to be true. Something troubleshoot this for me! Now be right back while I make a WTB thread in the FS forum for a Linksys WRT54GL that so many people have raved about, particularly with Tomato.