Ok. Here's the deal. I had my home network set up great. Cable modem to a Linksys WRT54GS running Tomato. All the computers and laptops had internet. And this included the PS3. Then the cable modem dies and they replace it with a cable modem router combo. It's meant for people that don't already have a router on their network so they'll only have one box. However, I already had a router and all I needed was a simple cable modem. So now, I have two routers on my network. :shadedshu The obvious answer is to consolidate, but picking one router over the other has some serious drawbacks in both situations. If you get rid of the Linksys, you lose all the cool features of a 'good' firmware. Not that I'm using a ton, but ideally, I would want to have the better firmware. And unfortunately, I can't get rid of that new router because it has the cable modem built in. Then I won't have the internet at all. So the internet works fine on all computers. However, I just tried playing MW2 on the PS3 for the first time since this change and I'm lagging to the point where the game is unplayable. NAT type has dropped to Strict in MW2. Strange, because the PS3 network test thing said it was Type 2 (open). UPNP has been enabled on the Linksys router as well as the new router. Same issue. My question is what is the best route of action in this situation? Is there any way to make the two routers not conflict?