Anyone got any thoughts on this problem? I've been using a Belkin "N" Wireless Router for the past year or so. My laptop has a Linksys PCI card. The two have worked together beautifully with no issues...until today. The Linksys card still seems to work fine as it pulls in signals from various distant networks in my neighbor's homes...but can't get a signal off the Belkin router. Two frustrating calls tonight to Belkin support had me reconfiguring the router and, of course, had the Belkin techs then zeroing-in on the Linksys card. Since there were no changes of any sort in hardware or software on my network...wouldn't you just figure that the router went bad (in terms of the wireless process)? It still works fine for wired connections and for transferring the internet signal from my modem to other computers in the home which are connected via wired connections. It's just the wireless signal which seems to have gone kaput. The Belkin guys said if I could try to get another laptop to find the wireless signal--and it didn't work--then we could discuss having Belkin try to fix/replace the router. It must be out of warranty. I'm not sure when I purchased it...but I'm pretty confident it was more than a year ago. I cannot imagine they'd replace it free of charge. So...I'm curious what you guys think of the situation. I'm tempted to tell them another laptop wouldn't connect either and see what they say then. I begged them to understand that the wireless card was working fine since it was picking up signals from outside my home. But it was to no avail. BTW, I have completely spared you all the stupid things that transpired during those calls.