I have been using a D-Link wireless 802.11b router for several year and just decided to replace it with an Airlink101 AR420W 802.11g router. The router gets the connection to the internet going but the packet size is very limited therefore I cannot access any website that has a bit of graphics like the Yahoo home. When I monitor the network status window it shows that the "Sent" bytes is about 8-10% of the "Received" bytes. I can get to Google home web because it does not have any graphics (not a lot) but nothing beyond that. I can ping gmail.com, and sometimes I can ping yahoo.com. Basically when I open the IE6 it finds the website but gives the message "Website Found. Waiting for Reply" and just sits there until it times out. My connection from a Desktop PC running Win XP SP2 to the router is an ethernet cable, my ISP is SBC (or AT&T) DSL using a SpeedStream 5360 modem. I tried the wireless connection from my laptop but I had the same problem. The MTU was first set to "Auto", I then set it to "Manual" but it is set by the ISP to 1492 and could not change that. When I plug my old 802.11b router everything works well. I actually tried an 802.11g router from D-Link two months ago and had similar problem, I spent at least 7 hours with the tech support who gave up on the problem, and at that time I thought it was a D-Link product issue. Any help is appreciated.