Hello everyone, I have a problem where my router is resetting itself constantly. I dont have any idea what's causing it, except I did some searching on the net where people wrote about package timeouts of some sort. I cant find the link, but I think it was a TCP/UDP timeout setting I had to change? I live in a apatment where we are sharing a 864 / 6944 connection,(I got the numbers from the router, but it's supposed to be a 8mbit ADSL connection) between the five of us. Myself i prefer playing games every once in a while or watching live streaming movies.(can I write URL's to other sites here?) Then we have 3 of us who are using p2p networking programs, and a power-user who is constantly downloading/uploading at max speed with torrents. We recently had a holyday, and I was the only one left in the appartment, during this time i had alot fewer resets than usual. Thats what makes me think it could have somthing to do with the router not being able to handle all the traffic 5 users generate. Trying to find a solution to this i searched the forums here trying to find a way to limit the bandwith trough MAC-adresses or ports on the router, apparently this is only supported by high end routers that are quite expensive. I could always get a new router, but Id rather not spend the money unless it's necessary. And preferably not more than 1 000NOK.(I think it's about 130 US $) I use a norwegian web-shop to get all of my computer stuff, if anyone could suggest a router from they'r list that would be great. I just hope its allowed to post URL's. If not, just tell me and ill remove it asap. (would a notepad attachment help if I can't link the page?) :suspiciou Here is the link to theyr network components: http://netshop.no/aspx/produkter.aspx?t=757&g0=62&g1=54&visavdeling=18 Nettverk: Network Kort: Card Aksesspunk: Accesspoint Trådløs: Wireless Bredbånd: High-speed internet connection I was also wondering if it could be possible to share the connection on the amount of people logged on to the router, instead of limiting it trough ports or MAC adresses. I have also aquired a new firmware release for my router, but i havent installed it yet. Is it possible they could have addes some sort of bandwith management support through the update, or atleast fixed the reset-issue? And if I do install it, could it cause any problems? It's an auto install file of some sort that i got from they'r homepage. I couldn't find any release notes or anything, so dont know what the update does. Last question now. Ive read a bit about QoS, but I cant figure out if every router which has this function can limit bandwith or if its only high quality routers who can do it? I know its alot of questions, but if anyone could answer any of them I would greatly appreciate it. And thanks for reading my post Edit: I added a short dictonary for norwegian/english.