Even so, configure the router the CNET Networking forum way. Latest router firmware, default settings save what the ISP has to have and then broadcast the simple SSID, WPA PSK for security. If you find folk that hand the SSID, or use MAC filtering or get fancy you find they report problems first.
If that doesn't help, try another router.
I am constantly losing internet connection on my desktop. I have a Linkys WRT54gs router hooked up to it .
I have 2 laptops and Wii also networked through the router, but the desk top is the only one physically connected to the router.
I never lose connection on any of the laptops or Wii. But on the desktop every day. I have to unplug the router wait the alotted time and basically reset it every time.
Is the router the problem? or is it something else?