Try some router that runs OpenWRT since it will remove the limitations the 614 has. I decline to duplicate web pages about the 614 and such.
As far as I know, my problem is fairly unique, but maybe I don't know very far. I'm not sure just where the problem lies, so I'll list everything..
I have an XBox360, with which I use the XBox360 brand wireless adapter to connect to my wireless network. I enjoy playing games like Gears of War and Halo 3 online, but sometimes I lose connection, and not just to XBox Live; the internet goes down all throughout the house, even the computer that's connected to the router via ethernet cable. The cable television stays on, so I'm almost sure it's something to do with the router, but the router I have is the one Charter(my cable company) gave us, and I know people who don't have the problem.
The thing is, it lets me download games/videos on the XBox Live Marketplace and it lets me play full 8-player games on Gears of War, but I can't host games with more than 6 people or else the internet goes out. On Halo 3 I can play games with 6 people and it *generally* lets me connect. I've even successfully played up to 10 players on Halo 3, but sometimes the internet shuts off at 6 players, and it always shuts off when I breach that 10-player limit. Lost Planet: Extreme Condition is the same way. More than 8 people and the internet goes.
I don't understand what's going on. I've had the XBox connected to the router with the ethernet cable and the same thing happens when I try to host games on Gears of War and Lost Planet.
Playing MMOs on the PC doesn't result in the same failure, so again I have no idea what's happening. Charter's customer support is useless and the people at XBox won't help because it's not a problem with Live. People keep getting angry at me for getting them kicked offline. Anyone have any clues?
Here's some stuff that I maybe should put in:
1 Computer connected to straight to the router
3 Computers connected via Netgear WG111v2 wireless adapters
XBox connected via Xbox360 wireless adapter
NETGEAR 802.11g Wireless Router | Model: WGR614