Hi all, I have been having a problem with my wireless intern network connection. I have a sneaky suspicion that my service provider is doing all they can to not have this be there problem. Sequence of events: -Wireless connection intermittently stops working, ~ 5-6 times a week for the past month. -Service provider said it was probably the router. -Bought a new router. Problem still occurring. -Service provider said it was my wireless network card. Told them that ALL the laptops in the house don't work. Okay, well then that's not the problem. -I go look at the modem. Power light-ON, Send & Receive- Blinking, Cable Light- OFF -Told me my modem was offline. Said it was probably an impedance issue. Not sure what that means. -Unscrewed the cable, touched the inside with my finger, screwed it back in, rebooted computers. All computers working. -Previous technicians, said to unplug the power to both modem and router. that works temporarily. I'm not sure what is going on here and I am no wiz with this stuff, but I am now thinking this is either a problem with the cable line OR the cable modem. I keep getting different answers from the cable company and they tell me I might have to have someone come out to look into the issue which of course I will be billed for. Already paid for a new router. How should I deal with this?